July 18, 2019

CPC's Ramona Singh: Working with Simmer Sandhu despite data breach allegations?

David MenziesMission Specialist

Back in May 2018, just weeks before the Ontario election, Simmer Sandhu abruptly announced in a tweet that he was stepping down as the Progressive Conservative candidate for Brampton East while also denying allegations about his work life and nomination campaign.

The resignation was posted barely an hour after news dropped that Ontario's private toll highway confirmed that information about 60,000 of their customers had been leaked through “internal theft.”

Sandhu had worked for that same ETR 407 toll highway for almost a decade at that point.

We live in a nation in which one is presumed innocent until proven guilty, but by resigning in such a fashion, the optics sure don’t look good.

But get this: The Rebel was recently tipped off that Simmer Sandhu has resurfaced – not as a candidate but as someone helping the candidacy of Ramona Singh, who is running federally for the Conservative Party in that very same riding of Brampton East.

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commented 2019-07-18 23:42:53 -0400
Third world sewer politics of diversity
commented 2019-07-18 21:53:04 -0400
So true about perception in politics. That’s why conservative parties lose so often. They don’t know how to manipulate the ignorant masses like leftists do. We conservatives are more ethical in any case but not completely so. There are rogues in every organization.
commented 2019-07-18 12:45:20 -0400
Shrug. It’s the same old Conservative Party of Ontario. Infested with sleaze and yes-men….just like the Liberals.

That’s why I voted Libertarian in the last provincial election.
commented 2019-07-18 12:13:15 -0400
People who run for election as a Politician should have at least been born and educated in Canada. The alternative is a pathway to the Dogma of the Third World.
Of course, this did not help us much with the last election because we have been dragged down to the level of the third world by a Canadian called Trudeau.