Jasvir has been an active member of his community for 26 years and has been a grassroot worker for progressive values his entire life.
A small business owner for nearly two decades, Jasvir also serves as a board member to several non-profit and community projects including literary, cultural and media organizations. He has a strong background fighting for labour rights and has held a leadership role with the Edmonton Taxi Association.
Jasvir has also focused much of his work on youth engagement and activism within politics and communities at large. He has successfully organized community sports tournaments for over a decade, funding and contributing to youth projects within the community, and creating large scale youth engagement in politics.
As an experienced businessman, Jasvir understands the role that the economy plays in maintaining the affordable public services that Albertans rely on. Since immigrating to Canada, Jasvir and his wife have worked hard to build a life, raise their two boys and to care for their aging parents. Jasvir is motivated to fight for education, access to quality care for seniors, and health care.
Jasvir will continue to fight for these values and work to help create the next generation of activists.