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Iqra Khalid was born on 20 November, 1985 in Bahawalpur, Pakistan, is a Canadian politician. At 35 years old, Iqra Khalid height not available right now. We will update Iqra Khalid's height soon as possible.

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Iqra Khalid Age 37 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 20 November 1985
Birthday 20 November
Birthplace Bahawalpur, Pakistan

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In 2018, Khalid sponsored petition E-1566, calling on the Prime Minister to appoint a Minister or special advisor on Seniors Affairs. Later that same year, the Government of Canada appointed Filomena Tassi as the Minister for Seniors.


In 2017, Khalid tabled a successful motion to undertake a study on human trafficking. After hearing from numerous witnesses and travelling across Canada to examine the issue further, the committee presented its report “Moving Forward in the Fight Against Human Trafficking in Canada”, which included recommendations that would help provide victims of trafficking the support they need and bring traffickers to justice.

In 2017 Khalid sponsored petition E609, asking the Canadian government to assist the residents of Aleppo who were affected by the Syrian crisis.

For her work on human rights, Khalid was named as one of Chatelaine's Women of the Year in 2017.


In 2016 Khalid brought forward a successful motion to the Subcommittee for International Human Rights to study the Plight of the Rohingya minority in Myanmar. The report produced by the study was debated in an emergency debate in the House of Commons and as a result Canada became one of the first countries to recognize the genocide of the Rohingya minority in Myanmar.

In December 2016, MP Khalid introduced a private members motion asking the government to develop a strategy to tackle systemic racism and religious discrimination. The motion was developed in response to a petition condemning Islamophobia in Canada, which was sponsored by MP Frank Baylis. The motion passed with 2/3 majority approval and a study was commissioned by the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage. The committee released a report in 2018, and as a result $23 million was marked to invest in anti-racism and anti-discrimination initiatives


In December 2014, Khalid won her nomination to be the Liberal Party of Canada’s candidate for the riding of Mississauga-Erin Mills. In the 2015 federal election Khalid defeated two-term Conservative MP Bob Dechert to win the riding. Khalid was one of two Pakistani-Canadian women elected to the House of Commons in the 2015 election, along with fellow Liberal Salma Zahid.


Following her graduation she began working at an immigration firm. She then went on to pursue a Juris Doctorate at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School. She completed the three-year program in only two. She wrote her final thesis on a comparative analysis of the effects of culture on the governance and regulation of a nation, using business law in the USA, Canada, India and China as case studies. She graduated with honors distinction in 2012. She then returned to Canada and began working as an articled clerk for the city of Mississauga.


Khalid was born in Bahawalpur Punjab, Pakistan. In 1993 her family moved to England while her father completed his PhD. In 1998 her family immigrated to Canada, where her parents started a small family business in Mississauga. Iqra and her three brothers helped at this store while they attended school. Khalid attended York University, where she graduated with a degree in criminology and professional writing in 2007. As a student she served as the media ambassador for the York University Student Alumni Program, and as the president of the Pakistani Students Federation where she organized a campaign to raise funds and emergency supplies for victims of the 2005 Kashmir Earthquake.


Iqra Khalid MP (born November 20, 1985) is a Canadian politician who was elected to represent the riding of Mississauga—Erin Mills in the House of Commons of Canada in the 2015 federal election.