Sukh Dhaliwal is the Member of Parliament for Surrey-Newton after successive victories in the 2015 and 2019 elections. He previously served as the Member of Parliament for Newton-North Delta from 2006-2011.
A professional engineer, Fellow of Engineers Canada, land surveyor and small business owner, Sukh functioned in many community capacities in Surrey before entering public life.
He participated on the Board of Directors for SEEDS (Self Employment and Entrepreneur Development Society), sat as a member of the City of Surrey Parks and Community Services Committee and volunteered with the Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation's Emergency Capital Campaign.
Sukh presides over one of the highest volume constituency offices in Canada, exemplifying his unwavering commitment to addressing the issues, concerns and challenges faced by local constituents. He also serves as a member of the Standing Committee on International Trade.
A 25-year resident of Surrey, Sukh is a father who is raising his son Arjan with his wife Roni. Sukh’s two daughters, Keerat and Joat, are completing their medical fellowship and residency respectively in advance of practicing in Metro Vancouver.