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Ronni Shino

Ronni Shino

Independent candidate for Brampton Centre
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Health & Healthcare

Climate Change & the Environment

Jobs & the Economy

Small Businesses

Policy by Ronni Shino
To create an environment that allows small businesses to thrive. Ensuring their freedom to operate in the best interests of themselves and the communities they serve.

Manufacturing

Policy by Ronni Shino
Standing together to help establish job creation and helping businesses rebuild. Many families depend on the manufacturing sector and we believe that a brighter future relies on protecting our nations interests and helping make "Made in Canada" a priority.

Housing & Homelessness

Mental Health, Drugs, & Addiction

Human Rights & Equality

Education

Seniors & Senior Care

Indigenous Relations & Reconciliation

Natural Resources & Extraction

Affordability & Childcare

Public Safety & Policing

Immigration & Refugees

Immigration Process

Policy by Ronni Shino
Smarter immigration that properly vets and helps people integrate into our society to set them up for success.

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Transit & Transportation

Infrastructure

International Relations

Québec

Biography

submitted by the candidate or their team
Ronni is an Iraqi born, Canadian business owner who grew up in Brampton Centre. He cares deeply about the rights and freedoms of all Canadians and will do what is required to ensure those rights are protected.

Reason for running

submitted by the candidate or their team
Ronni is not left or right. He approaches issues creatively without influence from special interest groups in order to do what's right for you, the voter. An Independent can take your concerns directly to the house of commons without having to get approval from a party leader.

Ronni is passionate about the following:

- A peoples right to be informed to make their own decisions with regards to health and the right to essential and non-essential services without having to disclose medical history.

- Smarter immigration that properly vets and helps people integrate into our society in a way that sets them up for success.

- An economy that is open and invites businesses to grow in Canada rather than to move to the US.

- Keeping the government honest. Having an independent like Ronni in the House of Commons will be a great way to know that there is someone in parliament that is voting on legislation with you in mind, not special interest groups.