MPP, re-elected from Bramalea - Gore - Malton, Oct 10, 2007
- Oct.. 11, 2007, PROVINCIAL ELECTION
Kuldip Kular re-elected as Ontaio MPP
from Bramalea - Gore - Malton as of 2007 Results.
- Kular, Kuldip 46.9% 19022 votes
Pam 29.5% 11951 votes
- Crowe, Glenn 12.3% 4998 votes
- Haines, Bruce 10.1% 4107 votes
- Nail, Gary 1.2% 468 votes
Ontario Provincial Liberal candidate Dr. Kuldip Kular
RE-ELECTED from Bramalea-Gore-Malton Wednesday night defeating
his nearest competitor Pam Hundal of the Progressive Conservative
On Wednesday night, he addressed in Punjabi and English
to more than 200 supporters at Shingar Banquet Hall located
on Steeles Ave. E., near Torbram and said:
- This is your win. As your representative at Queen's
Park, I will do my best to keep in touch with you.
- I think we ran a very positive campaign, a very proactive
campaign, while the Progressive Conservatives ran a
- We have been able to bring some positive changes and
not only in Brampton. We have moved on the right track
and we will keep on moving forward.
- The biggest local issue in this election concerned
the future of Peel Memorial Hospital.
- He drew a barrage of criticism from opponents who
said the Liberals have done far too little to ensure
the facility will live on after Brampton Civic Hospital
opens on Oct. 28.
- He defended his party's record on health care and
said the Liberals are committed to protecting PMH.
- Brampton has a brand new hospital and the Peel Memorial
campus is not going to be closed; it is going to be
renovated and rebuilt so we are very proud to say the
things, which we have done.
Well-wishers danced a bhangra, while hoisting Kular on
- PROVINCIAL ELECTION 2003: Dr.
Kuldip Kular capture 3,371 votes more than incumbent Raminder
Gill' -Dr. Kuldip
Kular, the Liberal candidate in the Bramalea-Gore-Malton-Springdale
riding, used "A strong voice for our community"
as his campaign slogan during the 2003 provincial election.
Kular certainly was that voice, capturing the riding with
18,280 votes, 3,371 more than incumbent Raminder Gill's
- Dr. Kuldip Kular
was appointed Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister
of Citizenship and Immigration in October 2003, Parliamentary
Assistant to the Minister Responsible for Democratic Renewal in
- In March 2006, he was named Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister
of Health and Long-Term Care.
- Kuldip currently serves on the Standing Committee on Social
Policy, as well as the Cabinet committee for Community Affairs