Amarjit Grewal, 61, has worked and lived in
the Edmonton-Millwoods-Beaumont constituency
for over thirty-five years.
Mr. Grewal is an Edmonton City DATS driver
and was a leading negotiator for the Alberta
Taxi Commission from 1992-1997. He is also
an entrepreneur and owns a successful small
business within the riding.
A Liberal Party activist, Mr. Grewal has
served as the Northern Alberta Multiculturalism
Chair and has worked hard to ensure that the
democratic rights and policies of Albertas
multicultural communities are represented.
This election, Amarjit wishes to emphasize
three key areas of Liberal policy that he
sees as important for the Edmonton-Mill Woods-Beaumont
riding. First, he will work hard to promote
family reunification immigration policies
and to ensure that the Liberal government
increases foreign credentials recognition
for all newcomers to Canada. Secondly he will
focus on developing new affordable housing
initiatives so that all Albertans can enjoy
the benefits of their own hard work. Finally,
he will promote public safety and crime prevention
programs that will ensure that all citizens
in his community can feel safe.
Mr. Grewal is supported by his loving family.
His wife Sukpaul, an ETS bus driver, and his
two adult sons, aged 29 and 24, give him the
motivation and energy to see his dream of
a better Canada realized by serving as a Member