- Elected in October 2011, delivered on his campaign promise to fight for fairer auto insurance rates and protection against temp job agencies
- Listed as one of the Toronto Star’s Top 12 people to watch for 2012
- Named in the Queen’s Park Briefing in 2013 as one of Ontario’s 75 most powerful people
- Featured in Toronto Life’s “50 Most Influential People” as one of the five youngest rising stars
MPP Jagmeet Singh was elected in the riding of Bramalea-Gore-Malton in the 2011 provincial election. Prior to joining public office, he was a defence lawyer practising in the region of Peel. He has always been a strong voice for vulnerable people and vocal on a number of human rights issues.
As an MPP, Jagmeet has championed the demand for a province-wide reduction of auto insurance rates and pushed for greater awareness of the precarious employment created by temporary job agencies.
He was listed as one of theToronto Star’s Top 12 people to watch for 2012, named in the Queen’s Park Briefing in 2013 as one Ontario’s 75 most powerful people, and featured in Toronto Life’s “50 Most Influential People,” as one of the five youngest rising stars.
Recently described as one of the more dashing public figures, Jagmeet was covered in Toronto Life’s Stylebook 2013 as one of Toronto’s most stylish people and was one of the 10 style icons presented in Yorkdale Mall’s 50th-anniversary style-makers campaign.
Jagmeet holds a B.Sc. in biology from the University of Western Ontario and an LL.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School. He is fluent in English, French, and Punjabi.
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