During the 2014 Ontario general election, Mr. Malhi campaigned for his daughter Harinder Malhi, who contested and won the seat for Brampton—Springdale for the Ontario Liberal Party, becoming a Member of Provincial Parliament in the 41st Legislative Assembly of Ontario.

Mr. Malhi actively supported the leadership campaign of the current Prime Minister of Canada, Rt. Honourable Justin Trudeau.

Malhi campaigned against Baljit (Bal) Gosal, Jagmeet Singh Dhaliwal, John Moulton, Frank Chilelli. Baljit (Bal) Gosal won the Bramalea, Gore, Malton Seat.

Election Results

Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Baljit (Bal) Gosal 19,907 34.44%
New Democratic Jagmeet Singh Dhaliwal 19,368 33.51%
Liberal Gurbax Singh Malhi 16,402 29.40%
Green John Moulton 1,748 3.02%
Marxist–Leninist Frank Chilelli 371 0.64%
Total valid votes 57,796 100%

Mr. Malhi was elected for the sixth time in the year 2008 over Conservative candidate Stella Ambler and New Democrat candidate Jash Puniya.

Election Results

Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Gurbax Malhi 22,214 45.0%
Conservative Stella Ambler 18,350 37.2%
New Democratic Jash Puniya 5,935 12.0%
Green Mark Pajot 2,545 5.2%
Marxist–Leninist Frank Chilelli 309 0.6%
Total valid votes 29,353 100%

In the 2006 federal election, Mr. Malhi was elected over Conservative candidate John Sprovieri and New Democrat candidate Cesar Martello.

Election Results

Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Gurbax Malhi 25,349 50.7%
Conservative John Sprovieri 16,310 32.6%
New Democratic Cesar Martello 6,400 12.8%
Green Ernst Braendli 1,721 3.4%
Marxist–Leninist Frank Chilelli 233 0.5%
Total valid votes 50,013 100%

In 2005, Mr. Malhi also acted as Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development, Hon. Belinda Stronach.

From 2005 to 2006, Mr. Malhi served as Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of National Revenue, Hon. John McCallum.

Mr. Malhi was re-elected again with a significant margin over Conservative Raminder Singh Gill in the 2004 election.

Election Results

Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Gurbax Malhi 20,394 49.5%
Conservative Raminder Gill 12,594 30.6%
New Democratic Fernando Miranda 6,113 14.95%
Green Sharleen McDowall 1,832 4.5%
Marxist–Leninist Frank Chilelli 237 0.6%
Total valid votes 41,170 100%

The then Prime Minister, Rt. Honourable Paul Martin upon being sworn in the year 2003, appointed Mr. Malhi as a Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Industry, The Honourable Allan Rock, with special emphasis on Entrepreneurs and New Canadians.

In 2002, Mr. Malhi became the recipient of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal for his commitment and contributions to the Canadian society.

The then Prime Minister of Canada, Rt. Honourable Jean Chretien and Mr. Malhi, along with the Parliamentarian delegation travelled to India to inaugurate the opening of the First Canadian Consulate in Chandigarh.

Doctorate-of- Philosophy

Mr. Malhi was awarded The Cultural Doctorate in Cultural Philosophy, in affiliation with the World University.

In September 2002, Mr. Malhi was recognized as an Ambassador of Peace by the Interreligious and International Federation of World Peace.

Mr. Malhi served as Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Labour, Claudette Bradshaw from 2001 to 2003.

He was re-elected with the greatest majority of his career in the 2000 federal election over Canadian Alliance candidate Gurdish Mangat and Progressive Conservative candidate Danny Varaich.

Election Results

Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Gurbax Malhi 21,917 57.1%
Alliance Gurdish Mangat 7,214 18.8%
Progressive Conservative Danny Varaich 6,019 15.7%
New Democratic Vishnu Roche 1,864 4.9%
Independent Gurinder Malhi 783 2.0%
Communist Jim R. Bridgewood 350 0.9%
Marxist–Leninist David Greig 269 0.7%
Total valid votes 38,416 100%

Launch of the Khanda Sahib Stamp: Mr. Malhi was instrumental in launch of the stamp, a Sikh religious symbol, by the Rt. Honourable Prime Minister Jean Chretien and the Canadian Post Office Chairman Andre Quellette.


Mr. Malhi was re-elected in the 1997 election defeating the Reform candidate Darlene Florence and Progressive Conservative candidate Beryl Ford.

Election Results

Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Gurbax Malhi 18,933 46.4%
Progressive Conservative Beryl Ford 10,655 26.1%
Reform Darlene Florence 8,685 21.3%
New Democratic Abdul Majeed 2,281 5.6%
Marxist–Leninist Philip Fernandez 279 0.7%
Total valid votes 40,833 100.0%

Mr. Malhi invited attention to the exhibition on the human rights violation in New Delhi and Punjab in the year 1984, held in the Commonwealth Room in the House of Commons. Mr. Malhi urged the Indian government to bring to justice the perpetrators of the innocent killings of Sikhs.

On January 19 1994: Mr. Malhi, the first Sikh Member of Parliament spoke in the House of Commons (Parliament of Canada) on the birthday of Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

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Mr. Malhi was first elected to the House of Commons in the federal election held in the year 1993, defeating Progressive Conservative incumbent Harry Chadwick and Reformer, Darlene Florence in Bramalea-Gore-Malton. Prior to 1993, Canadian law prohibited members of Parliament from wearing headgear of any sort in the House of Commons. Mr. Malhi’s insistence on wearing a turban caused the law to be changed shortly after the election.


Election Results

Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Gurbax Malhi 16,530 42.9%
Reform Darlene Florence 11,376 29.5%
Progressive Conservative Harry Chadwick 7,338 19%
New Democratic Paul Ledgister 1,977 5.1%
National Jack Ardis 480 1.2%
Natural Law Bill Davies 279 0.7%
Independent John E. Maxwell 261 0.7%
Green Bill Emms 215 0.6%
Marxist–Leninist Iqbai Sumbal 89 0.2%
Total valid votes 38,545 100%

Won the nomination election against Inderjit Bal, Raminder Gill and Pam Gill. Became the official candidate for the Liberal Party of Canada – Bramalea Gore Malton.