Sonia Sidhu is the Member of Parliament for Brampton South. She was first elected on October 19, 2015 and re-elected on October 21, 2019 and on September 20, 2021. Before politics, she worked in the Healthcare field for nearly two decades, a
record that has allowed her to champion ongoing improvements to our healthcare system.
As a member of the Standing Committee on Health, she helped to shape policy on Universal Childcare, Dental care, Mental Health, and the COVID-19 response. As the Vice-Chair of the Standing Committee on the Status of Women, Sonia has brought the voices of Brampton to the committee to empower women and youth. Sonia is also proud to be a champion for the diabetes community across Canada. As chair of the All Party Diabetes Caucus, she has represented Canada
internationally. Her Private Members Bill created the National Framework for Diabetes helping 11 millions of Canadians.
Since she was elected, Sonia has worked hard for the people in her community. She has worked on countless projects to improve public transit and
infrastructure, Brampton economic growth and job creation.
MP Sidhu lives in her riding of Brampton South with her husband Gurjit, twin daughters Arshia and Amrit, and her son Akash.