Honesty – Transparency – Freedom
Rehire employees terminated due to COVID policy, restore Justice
Confront rising housing costs – Call out Federal / Provincial governments
Fight against SOGI 123 and CRT Indoctrination, every child matters
Raise standards of academics and sports in schools, our children second to none
Religious Institutes protected against closure in crisis, that’s when we need them most
Advocate for small businesses and cut red tape, support local businesses
Promote Transparent, Independent Journalism, it’s needed for a healthy society
Ensure RCMP obeys the Charter of Rights/Freedoms, they took oath to defend it
Motivate youth to build professional careers, that will alleviate shortage of personnel
Children belong to parents, not govt, parents make best decisions for their children
Persecute criminals instead of legal firearm owners, defend our freedoms
Amrit Birring – Mayoral Candidate
A father of two, Amrit is a Software Developer by profession. He did his computer science degree from UBC Vancouver. Amrit is passionate about the values of straightforwardness, honesty, and freedom. He wants to provide a Clean City Hall that works for the People of Surrey. His approach is to find the root cause of a problem and then solve it permanently. Amrit looks from multiple perspectives at a problem, to find the best possible solution. He wants to defend Freedom of people, right for affordable housing as per Canadian incomes, defend Children’s rights for a robust education free of indoctrination, and wants to lower taxes. Amrit is an avid runner, back country camper, hunter, archer, horse rider, and practices Taekwondo and Yoga.
Joe Kennedy – Councillor Candidate
Joe Kennedy is a self motivated entrepreneur and owner of a small business located in Surrey. Hit hard by the lockdowns and restriction of freedoms across the province, he is looking for a focused approach to have representation for all Canadians during these unprecedented times. A father of two young children, he is actively invested in protecting the fundamental freedoms we as Canadians have enjoyed and wish to maintain.
Kultar Singh – Councillor Candidate
Kultar Singh has raised two kids along side his wife. He drives class 1 truck in Surrey area for his occupation. He is well aware of the issues affecting the industry and workers, and wants to solve them. Kultar also teaches Sikh religion and values to students through out lower mainland. This is his first passion. He wants to defend religious liberty, which is guaranteed in our Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Tejnoor Cheema – Councillor Candidate
Tejnoor Cheema is a young individual who is born and raised in Surrey, BC. He works in the Surrey School District while also studying real estate. Tejnoor is fully aware of the issues affecting today’s youth and wants to solve them. It concerns him that our youth are becoming increasingly involved in drugs and gangs. Therefore, he is deeply driven to bring forth positive changes in the lives of the youth in the community. Tejnoor also wants to make our community more connected by providing free gyms and engaging activities for children. Aside from youth, he would want to see potholed roads repaired, free parking for hospitals, housing permits issued more quickly, and wants to lower taxes. He is actively engaged in protecting fundamental freedoms.
Kiran K. Hundal – Councillor Candidate
An active community member, Kiran Hundal has worked in the education system as an administrative assistant, running elementary schools to adult learning centers with the utmost care and quality. She has called Surrey home for the last 36 years where she is raising her family. Kiran moved to Canada from India as a child and appreciates the values and freedoms Canada offers its citizens. However, she is saddened to see everyday rights being taken away from residents and the common taxpayers’ voices being ignored. As a mom first and citizen of Surrey, she demands transparency through an open-door policy and clear communication within the city hall. Kiran is committed to advocating for affordable housing, groceries, making opportunities more accessible, and maintaining our growing city for generations to come. She would like to be a voice for the everyday citizen and build Surrey into a model for other cities to follow.
Shweta Bassi – Councillor Candidate
Being an energetic member in the community of Surrey, I, Shweta Bassi have quite the passion for helping and supporting individuals. I have worked in a non-profit organization specifically helping Canadians, new immigrants and refugees who come to Canada with dream to build the life they want. Myself who arrived in Canada as an immigrant is a major reason why I chose to work in this field, which I have been doing for over 9 years. This genuine passion comes from the heart, making kindness my key trait in life. Coming from India, I have been living in Surrey for 12 years with my husband and 4 children. Throughout my years in this community, I have been observing issues such as the uplift of prices, youth challenges, affordable childcare, and housing. Aside from these issues, I would admire to see Surrey as a safe home to many diverse communities.
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