MP from Brampton South, Sonia Sidhu Consults with Sheridan College Representatives, Brampton Residents, and Students to share their Concerns with an aim to foster an environment for positive discourse and to create a pathway for meaningful change where the needs of the Brampton community are met.
Sonia Sidhu held multiple meetings and consultations with community stakeholders invested in the betterment of their city.
Last week, MP Sidhu invited representatives from Sheridan College to her office and learned about the concerns held by colleges, like Sheridan, in regards to reports of rising illegal activity in Brampton. Representatives from Sheridan College discussed possible solutions and the best course of actions to take with MP Sidhu that would best benefit the needs of the local Brampton community.
To ensure that solutions going forward would stem from collaborative efforts and participation of those involved, MP Sidhu met with residents and representatives from the Brampton community to hear firsthand about the issues that matter most to them, as it is residents that know the issues best. Additionally, MP Sidhu heard the comments and perspectives of local youth, students, and international students enrolled in colleges of Ontario.
MP Sidhu said, “I will continue to conduct more meetings and consultations in the future to ensure the feedback and concerns my constituents share with me are being heard and reaching the ears of relevant authorities.I will continue to listen to the voices of those within my community and continue to advocate for and work with them as we work toward a better Brampton for everyone together”.