About RAJ

Since 2010, Raj Sandhu has been proudly serving as Ward 1 Councillor for Bradford West Gwillimbury. 

Raj and his family moved to Bradford in 1989, recognizing and appreciating it as a great town to live in and raise a family. Raj and his wife Rana have three children, which they have proudly raised in Bradford West Gwillimbury. 

He works as a Supervisor at Camslide Manufacturing, a division of Magna International, a place where he has worked and held several roles since 1994 . At Camslide Manufacturing and in his role as Ward 1 Councillor, Raj believes in the value of hard work, customer service, perseverance and team work as a means to success. 


Nottawasaga Futures

Served in the capacity of Director and Vice President to promote South Simcoe as a place to do business, assist existing and new businesses, and economic development initiatives in the area.  

Bradford Lions Club

As an active member, Raj dedicates his time and energy to the Lions' various initiatives, including fundraising and community events, to meet the needs of Bradford West Gwillimbury.

Diversity Action Group (DAG)

 Raj is a founding member of DAG, a volunteer group that celebrates cultural events and works to create an inclusive & welcoming community. In 2018, DAG won the Bradford West Gwillimbury's civic award for Organization of the Year 


As an active volunteer of GNCF, raj assisted the organization by collecting funds for William Osler Hospital and other community initiatives. 

committees SERVED

Chair of the BWG Accessibility Advisory Committee

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Member of the BWG Traffic Committee

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Member of the BWG Economic Development Advisory Committee

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Member of the BWG Seniors Housing Committee

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Member of the BWG Fire & Emergency Services Committee

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Member of the BWG Downtown CIP Review Committee

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Past member of BWG South Simcoe Police Finance Oversight Committee (2006-2010)

Past member of Town of BWG Committee of Adjustment (2006-2010)

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