From Mississauga News
MISSISSAUGA – Amrit Mangat pledged to make Mississauga-Brampton South a better place to live, work and raise families as she was renominated as the Liberal candidate in the provincial riding Saturday.
“I am honoured to once again seek the privilege of serving the people of Mississauga-Brampton South,” said Mangat at her nomination meeting at Holiday Inn Express in Mississauga. “As your MPP I’ll continue to put our families first and work hard. Together we can break the gridlock, have strong local healthcare, the best education and a robust economy.”
A former teacher, Mangat was first elected in 2007 and was re-elected in 2011.
She has been parliamentary assistant for transportation, seniors, inter-governmental affairs, consumer services and, at the moment, for child and youth services.
“The 15 per cent reduction in auto insurance will be a huge help to commuting families here in Brampton and Mississauga,” said Mangat. “In addition to home care for seniors, better jobs for youth, and dedicated funding for municipal transportation and transit, the priorities of our budget will help people in their everyday lives and make our communities more prosperous.”
(Courtesy Mississauga News)