top of page

Fri, Apr 09



Questions for Q&A Session with the Honourable Harjit Sajjan

Fill in the form to submit your questions to the Honourable Harjit Sajjan. The best questions will be selected for the April 9 meeting!

Sorry we have reached the maximum number of participants.
Sign up for other events.
Questions for Q&A Session with the Honourable Harjit Sajjan
Questions for Q&A Session with the Honourable Harjit Sajjan

Time & Location

Apr 09, 2021, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM


About the event

Join us for a presentation by the Minister of National Defence followed by a Q&A session. At least one cadet per level will have the opportunity to ask a question to Mr. Sajjan. Submit your question(s) through this form for a chance to have your question(s) asked during the meeting! If you have more than 3 questions in mind, feel free to submit the form multiple times. (Remember to keep the questions respectful.)

Deadline to submit questions: March 24, 8PM

Who is Mr. Harjit Sajjan?

Minister of National Defence (Vancouver South)

Harjit Singh Sajjan has served Canada and his community as both a soldier and a police officer. He continues his service to Canada as the Member of Parliament for Vancouver South and as Minister of National Defence.

Harjit is a retired Lieutenant-Colonel in the Canadian Armed Forces and a combat veteran. He was deployed to Bosnia-Herzegovina and served three separate deployments to Kandahar, Afghanistan. Harjit has received numerous recognitions for his service, including the Meritorious Service Medal for reducing the Taliban’s influence in Kandahar Province. He is also a recipient of the Order of Military Merit, one of the military’s highest recognitions. Harjit also served as an Aide-de-Camp to the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia.

Harjit was a police officer with the Vancouver Police Department for 11 years. He completed his last assignment as a Detective-Constable with the Gang Crime Unit specializing in organized crime. He proudly tackled gang violence and drug crimes in Vancouver. Harjit is also a human security specialist, and has lectured to a wide audience in both Canada and the United States.

Share this event

bottom of page