KAMAL KHERA SWORN-IN AS MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT FOR BRAMPTON WEST
OTTAWA, ON, November, 10th, 2015, Kamal Khera was sworn-in as the Member of Parliament representing Brampton West.
“It is a privilege and honour to be trusted to represent the residents of Brampton West as your Member of Parliament”, said Miss Khera.
Before an elected member of parliament may take his or her seat and vote in the House of Commons, the Member must take an oath or make a solemn affirmation of allegiance or loyalty to the Sovereign and sign the Test Roll.
Miss Khera was joined by a large group of volunteers and community leaders as she was took her oath. Miss Khera’s team includes diverse representation from a wide range of ethnicities, age groups, and professions.
“All of you have so much passion for serving our community. All of you have so much heart. That is what made our team so strong. Let’s use this energy. Let’s use this momentum to improve our community, together”, said Miss Khera.
The newly minted Member of Parliament motivated her large team to keep working throughout the next four years and help her serve the community better. Elected by residents looking for change, MP Khera is ready to roll up her sleeves and get to work; leveraging her experience as a registered nurse and community activist, in addition to her strong set of family values.
Kamal Khera is the Member of Parliament for Brampton West. She is a registered nurse, community volunteer and a political activist. Kamal Khera is passionate about improving the lives of those around her and is committed to being a strong voice for change for all residents in Brampton West.
A first-generation Canadian, Kamal immigrated to Canada from Delhi, India at a very young age. She attended York University where she earned a Honours Bachelors of Science in Psychology and a Honours Bachelors of Science in Nursing.
Drawn to assisting others, Kamal gained diverse experience within the field of Health through her professional experience with Centre of Addictions and Mental Health (CAMH), Peel Family Shelter, and William Osler Health Centre. Kamal worked as a registered nurse in the Oncologvy Unit at St Joseph’s Health Centre in Toronto, which gave her a deep understanding of the issues that impact individuals every day.
Kamal is an active member of her community, she has served as Chairperson of South Asian Canadians Heritage Foundation, Mentor and Program Coordinator at Big Brother Big Sister of Peel, and Event Coordinator with Sick Kids Foundation.
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