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Arpan Khanna Declared Conservative Party’s Candidate for Brampton North 

Brampton – Recently, the Conservative Party of Canada declared Arpan Khanna as the candidate for the riding of Brampton North. Arpan was born and raised in Brampton North and continues to live in the riding with his family.


Arpan is the founder of Magna Strategies, a public strategy and communications consulting firm. Arpan has recently completed his Law Degree and is currently working with a downtown immigration law firm and is in the process of fulfilling his licensing requirements. Prior to this, Arpan has held various senior positions with Conservative politicians at all levels of government including Former Minister Jason Kenney and Prime Minister Stephen Harper.


Arpan has strong community roots and is a big believer in community service. As an avid volunteer, Arpan has helped raise funds and awareness for organizations including the Toronto East General Hospital, the Peel Memorial Hospital, local food banks and the True Patriot Love Foundation. Arpan believes that it is time for change in Brampton North. Arpan will be the strong voice needed in the riding to empower youth, restore economic prosperity and build stronger, safer communities. Arpan wants to create an environment where everyone will have the opportunity to succeed.


Arpan Khanna said: “I get the issues that the residents of Brampton North are facing because I face them myself both as an individual and as a member of this community. From declining mental health services, to the lack of job opportunities, escalating crime and violence and the lack of support our seniors are receiving, it has all affected me too. Personally, I have always viewed politics as a way to serve. It is more than just a job – it is an opportunity to be a public servant and make the lives of those around you better. I have learned that when we are united as a community, there is nothing we cannot achieve.”

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