Syed A Naqvi
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Syed Ali Naqvi (born 1969) is a politician from Ontario, Canada. He served as a Civil Servant in the Government of Canada DND and is a Liberal since 2001 and has supported many electoral campaigns including those of Pierre Pettigrew, Dalton McGuinty, David McGuinty, Phil McNeely, Marc Godbout, Navdeep Bains, Michael Crawley, Amrit Mangat and recently Justin Trudeau. Syed A Naqvi ran for the position of Chair of the Regional Municipality of Halton. http://www.insidehalton.com/news-story/4913548-oakville-s-syed-ali-naqvi-s-has-24-point-plan-for-halton-region/ His campaign started well and gained popularity however he could not continue with the momentum due to health reasons.
Syed is a Doctor of Medicine from King Edward Medical University, a Masters in Public Health from Lakehead University, studied Risk Management at Harvard University, and several other CME qualifications from the Harvard Medical School, and the Civil Services Academy. He has also completed the Municipal Law and Administration Courses from the Association of Municipal Managers, Clerks, and Treasurers of Ontario (AMCTO), Society of Adjudicators of Ontario (SOAR) and several other organizations. He qualified as a Doctor of Medicine and worked as a Family Physician before joining the Civil Service of Pakistan. Later he worked in the Ontario Government as Manager and made the switch to the Canadian Forces Health Services. He is also an entrepreneur and businessman. He has lived in Montreal, Ottawa, Rockwood, Mississauga, Shilo, Manitoba, and Oakville besides his native South Asia. He bravely survived a bout with paralysis of the lower limbs. He has traveled extensively all over the world and speaks several languages.
Syed has volunteered consistently over the past decades for causes that he believes in and these included the following roles: Observer Surveyor, Accreditation Canada, Ontario Tobacco Research Unit (OTRU), Township of Guelph Eramosa, Committee of Adjustment and Corrections, Member under Mayor Chris White, Township of Guelph Eramosa, Economic Development Committee, Member, City of Ottawa Health and Social Services Advisory Committee, City of Ottawa Equity and Diversity Advisory Committee and was given a Letter of Commendation by Mayor Rick Chiarelli, Amnesty International Canada, Immigrant and Refugee assistance, Policy Chair, Riverview Alternative School, Ottawa (2003-2004)
Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) (previously called Canadian College of Health Service Executives (CCHSE), Member American College of Health (ACHE), former Member Society of Adjudicators of Ontario (SOAR), former Member Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC), Member/Steward Union of National Defence Employees (UNDE)
Syed A Naqvi is devoted to improving quality of management in the Halton Region, and preserve ecologically sensitive and strategic areas while advocating for a balanced long-term approach to development while also planning to curtail the traffic gridlock on the Highways traversing Halton i.e. the QEW, the 403 and the 401 as much as possible. Syed is personally cognizant of the issues of Halton Region as a whole as he has lived around Acton/Rockwood for many years before moving to Oakville and his children go to school in Burlington while he has family and friends all over the Region. He has comprehensive plans for improvement of constituents lives in Halton Hills Town of Halton Hills-Filed Nominations, MiltonCandidate List-Town of Milton , BurlingtonRegistered Candidates:Burlington, and OakvilleRegistered Candidates. http://www.insidehalton.com/news-story/4913548-oakville-s-syed-ali-naqvi-s-has-24-point-plan-for-halton-region/
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