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Jaswinder S. Johal- Alberta: Calgary East

Conservative Candidate for , 2006 Election---> Lost to CON
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Jaswinder S. Johal has been a resident of Calgary Northeast for 23 years. He immigrated to Canada in February 1975 and moved to Calgary after completing high school in British Columbia.

Mr. Johal has been a successful real estate agent in Calgary for over 20 years. Two years ago, he complimented his real estate career by opening up a printing shop in the Calgary Northeast community.

Mr. Johal has been a leader in the Calgary Sikh community. He was elected President of Dashmesh Cultural Centre Calgary (the Sikh temple in Calgary Northeast) for two consecutive terms. As president, he was able to create a strong relationship between the Calgary Sikh community and the Calgary Police Services as well as promoting other initiatives and activities.

In 2000, Mr. Johal decided to take his experience in the community to the political stage by becoming an active member of the Liberal Party. He was twice elected president of the Calgary Northeast Liberal Association, and is now taking his involvement a step further as the riding’s Liberal candidate.

Mr. Johal is a strong believer and supporter of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and in the protection of rights of all minority groups in Canada. Furthermore, providing real help for seniors is an issue close to his heart, as his father was in and out of the hospital for over 25 years. Mr. Johal understands that we enhance the quality of life for all seniors, especially those with the most limited means.

Through his personal and professional and along with his community involvement, Mr. Johal wants to bring the concerns of the Calgary Northeast community to Ottawa, and act as a strong voice for Western Canada.

Mr. Johal is married and is the father of two children.

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