Tim Uppal


Tim Uppal

Tim Uppal (né le 17 novembre 1974 à New Westminster, Colombie-Britannique) est un homme politique canadien ; il est actuellement député à la Chambre des communes du Canada, représentant la circonscription albertaine de Edmonton—Sherwood Park sous la bannière du Parti conservateur du Canada.

Précédé par Tim Uppal Suivi par
Parti conservateur du Canada

Ken Epp

Député de Edmonton—Sherwood Park
2008-Actuellement
Actuellement en poste

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