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Conservative Party Candidate for Brampton Centre.

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Bal Gosal

Bal Gosal, P.C., immigrated from India to British Columbia in 1981. Two years later, he and his wife Pawanjit moved across the country to Brampton Ontario, where they raised their three children and continue to live to this day.‎

After successfully being elected Member of Parliament for Bramalea—Gore—Malton in May 2011, he was appointed to the represent the Peel Region at the Cabinet table as Canada’s Minister of Sport.

Prior to being elected, Bal had successful career in the insurance and financial planning sector with Prudential Insurance, Freedom 55 Financial, Goodison Insurance and Financial Services, and Rai Grant Insurance Brokers. In 2008 he opened and operated his own insurance business in Brampton.

He was an active member of the Brampton community, sitting as a member of the Peel Regional Police Services Board, Peel Children’s Aid Society and on the Brampton Board of Trade Marketing Committee. He also coached and organized youth amateur soccer in Brampton.

Bal has a Bachelor of Science degree from DAV College Jalandhar / Punjab University in India.

Following Elections Canada changes to electoral boundaries, Bal Gosal won the right to run in the 2015 Federal General Election, on October 19th, as the Candidate for Brampton Centre.

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Protecting Canadian Auto Jobs

Hundreds of thousands of Canadian families work in the auto sector. That’s why a re-elected Conservative government will implement the new Automotive Supplier Innovation Program, which will help Canadian automotive suppliers gain a competitive edge in the global marketplace. If automakers are prepared to make firm commitments to new and modernized plants in Canada for […]


1.3 Million New Jobs

Canada’s economy created 1.3 million net new jobs since the depths of the global recession – one of the strongest job creation records in the G-7. In fact, not only are more Canadians working than before the recession, there are more Canadians working than ever before in our country’s history. And we will continue to […]


Protecting Jobs

Canada’s manufacturing sector provides good, well-paying jobs for Canadians in communities across our country. Prime Minister Harper has announced new support from our Conservative Government for Canadian manufacturers. Our low-tax, balanced budget Manufacturing Strategy will keep Canada’s manufacturing sector growing and creating jobs. Under our Manufacturing Strategy, Canadians will benefit from new jobs, new investment […]


Support For Canadian Seniors

Our Conservative Party will introduce new support for single and widowed seniors in Canada. A re-elected Conservative government will introduce a $2,000 Single Seniors Tax Credit that will extend additional tax relief to nearly 1.6 million single and widowed seniors in Canada who have pension income. When combined with the existing Pension Income Credit that […]


Budget Balanced A Year Early!

Our Conservative government has a strong record of economic and fiscal management. Our government achieved a balanced budget last year – one full year ahead of schedule. This is good for our economy and good for Canadian families. Spending beyond our means, as Justin’s Liberals and Thomas Mulcair’s NDP propose, would lead to permanent deficits, […]


Cutting Taxes For Small Businesses

A re-elected Conservative Government will lower the small business tax rate from 11 percent to 9 percent over the next four years. This tax cut – the largest tax rate cut for small businesses in more than 25 years – will provide $2.7 billion in tax relief to nearly 700,000 small businesses over this period. […]


Keeping Canadians Safe

A re-elected Harper Government will build on our record of fighting global terrorism to keep Canadians safe. And, we will continue to address the growing problem of terrorist radicalization and violent extremism among Canadian youth by providing a renewed $10 million in funding for the Kanishka Project. We will also create banned travel zones in […]


Keeping More Money In Your Pocket

We announced our plan to cut payroll taxes by over 20 percent in 2017 and protect Canadian jobs from the dangerous Employment Insurance and CPP tax hikes promised by both Justin Trudeau and Mulcair’s NDP. By dramatically reducing payroll taxes, Canadian workers will see their take-home pay increase and businesses – especially small businesses – […]


Helping Families Save For Their Children’s Education

A re-elected Conservative government would provide more support to hardworking Canadian families saving for their children’s post-secondary education. Our Conservative Government has consistently cut taxes and put more money back into the pockets of every Canadian family. This includes significant support to help with the costs of a child’s future education, including establishing the Canada […]


A Special Invitation from Bal Gosal

Come Join Bal on Monday, September 7th for a Canvass Blitz! To help Bal win in Brampton Centre we are inviting you to a special Labour Day Canvass Blitz on Monday, September 7.  We will be attempting to set a new campaign record for how many doors we can knock on in a single day! Bal is inviting you […]


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Brampton Centre

Brampton Centre is a federal electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that is represented in the Canadian House of Commons. This riding was created in 1996 from parts of Brampton riding and in 2013, Elections Canada redistributed 3 ridings in the city of Brampton to bring back Brampton Centre. This was primarily due to large population increases in the Greater Toronto Area, and Peel Region in particular. The riding will be re-created for the next federal election being held in October 2015. The newly carved out Brampton Centre riding will be reconstituted by taking portions of Brampton—Springdale, Bramalea—Gore—Malton and a small portion of Mississauga—Brampton South.

The new boundaries start from Hurontario Street and Bovaird Drive West; South on Main Street to the intersection of Vodden Street; East on Vodden Street East to Kennedy Road; Kennedy Road south to Steeles Avenue East; West on Steeles Avenue to Hurontario Street; South on Hurontario Street to Highway 407; East on Highway 407 to Torbram Road; North on Torbram Road to Williams Parkway; West on Williams Parkway to Highway 410; North on Highway 410 to Bovaird Drive East; West on Bovaird Drive East to Main Street.

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Bal Gosal Campaign Office

1940 Steeles Avenue East, Unit 103
Brampton, Ontario L6T 1A7
Tel: 905-458-8755
Fax: 905-458-1255