Meet Sheref Sabawy

Elected in 2018, Sheref Sabawy successfully helped to pass a number of important pieces of legislation to build Ontario for the people. In Mississauga, Sheref’s advocacy has helped secure:

  • $45 million in provincial funding for the South Common Community Centre and Library;
  • Over 1,880 long-term care beds for Mississauga; and
  • The development of the Hurontario LRT (the Hazel McCallion Line).

As a local resident of Mississauga, where he and his wife Dr. Mary raised their two sons, Sheref understands the challenges facing the local community. He has been an active member of many local groups, including: the Inter-Faith Committee of Peel, the Peel Region Inclusion & Multi-Culture Task Force, the Mississauga Post-Secondary Education Task Force, and the Canadian-Coptic Community Centre.

Outside of politics, Sheref Sabawy is a Computer Network & IT Technologies Professional with over thirty years of experience. He has worked at some of the largest companies and financial institutions in Canada before managing his own successful consultancy business. Sheref also taught at George Brown and Centennial Colleges as a professor of IT.