My wife Anans Deelia and I have two sons; Sam is in his third year at University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) pursuing Nuclear Science and our other son Kevin is in his first year at University of Toronto pursuing Actuarial Science.
I have been a Scarborough resident for more than 23 years and had worked at Thomson Reuters located in Scarborough for 20 years. My spouse Anans Deelia is employed as an Early Childcare Assistant(ECA) at a child care centre in our riding. My sons attended St. John Paul II high school in Scarborough-Guildwood.
-Recipient of the Ontario Volunteer Service Award (20 Years)
-Recipient of the Queen Elizabeth Golden Jubilee Medal
-President: SACEM (Society for the Aid of Community Empowerment) – 2012-14President: St. Antony’s College Alumni Association in Canada – 2007-2011
-Secretary: The Tamil Centre for Performing Arts – Canada– since 2006 todate
-Director of Board: Harmony Hall Centre for Seniors – 2010
-Director: Tamil Writers’ Association
Author of two books :
-Today in History (400 pages)
-Garland of Poetry (Collection of Poems)
A political commentator for TVI, a 24 Hour TV station, and for CMR 101.3 FM radio, news anchor, reporter and political commentator for CTR Radio and for East FM 102.7 FM Radio
-Knights of Columbus
As conservatives, we are working towards a strong, stable, national Conservative Government that focuses on helping Canada’s taxpayers and working families get ahead, not just get by.
As Conservatives, we are the stewards of economic, foreign policy and social stability. We stand on the fiscal right, for lowering taxes and allowing companies to operate effectively in Canada. We do embrace the oil industry and view it as an economic engine to provide jobs to Canadians. We view free trade as a priority, and the overwhelming majority of free trade deals have been enacted during periods of conservative power.
We give special emphasis to empower Law Enforcement and defend Canada’s place in the world and its sovereignty.
The riding is bordered by Markham Road, Eglinton Avenue, Bellamy Road and McCowan Road to the west, Highway 401 to the north, and Morningside Avenue to the east and Lake Ontario to the south.