About Jasbir Sandhu
Jasbir Sandhu was elected Member of Parliament for Surrey North in May, 2011. Jasbir currently serves as the Official Opposition Critic for Asia Pacific Gateway, he has also served as the critic for Public Safety.
Prior to his election to parliament, Jasbir worked at the Justice Institute of British Columbia as a program manager for over 15 years. He has also been a small business owner in Surrey.
Jasbir is a Board Member of the Vancity Community Foundation, which supports affordable housing and homeless shelters, he has also served as a spokesperson for the Professor Mohan Singh Memorial Foundation, and a volunteer for the United Way.
Jasbir has worked as a Business Analyst, a customs officer, a self-employed Building Contractor, a truck driver, taxi driver and factory worker. He holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Royal Roads University and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Simon Fraser University.
Jasbir has lived in North Surrey for 29 years. He is married to Simi and has two children.