Proud Moment: Canada's first Turbaned Sikh MP Gurbax Malhi Receives Honour

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Canadian PM Justin Trudeau extended congratulations to Gurbax Singh Malhi

Gurbax Singh Malhi

TORONTO: Gurbax Singh Malhi, the first turbaned Sikh elected to the House of Commons of Canada, was awarded 'The Key to the City of Brampton' for his outstanding achievements as a pioneer for the Sikh and South Asian community.

The Key to the City of Brampton is a symbolic honor given to a highly valued member of the City of Brampton community, or a distinguished or honored guest of the City who has made an impact on people's lives.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau extended congratulations to Gurbax Singh Malhi on achieving the feat and also expressed gratitude for her contribution. 

Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown said in a statement that we are grateful for Gurbax Singh Malhi's outstanding contribution. We are very fortunate to have these lawyers in our city.