About Sarah


Sarah Bokhari is a political scientist by education, academic, journalist, social justice advocate and women’s rights activist. Her TV show, ‘Power Dilemma’ has highlighted issues of Canadian politics, terrorism, crime, immigration, extremism, Veteran rights and LGBTQ. She has taught at various Canadian colleges and universities and is heavily involved with the community.

Sarah is actively involved within the community and has volunteered with Correctional Services of Canada and community organizations including COVID angels. Sarah is also the founder of ‘Strong Moms and Empowered Women’ which showcases stories of women influencers in society, and is also involved in creating awareness about the need of organ donation, caregivers, mental health and domestic violence.

She has been published extensively and has publicly spoken at educational forums, conferences and has appeared on CTV and OMNI TV .

Sarah received her MA in Political Science from University of Toronto and M.Sc. in International Relations, and an M.Phil. in Strategic Studies. She also attended International School of Disarmament and Research on Conflict. She was a Track II Diplomat and engaged in confidence building measures between India and Pakistan. Consequently, she participated in the Harvard Project for Asia and International Relations.

Sarah Bokhari and Premier Ford will stand up for families in Hamilton Centre


Only Doug Ford and Sarah Bokhari Will Get It Done

Other parties spend all their time complaining or looking to take us back to the past. Only Doug Ford and the Ontario PCs can get it done for you and your family. The Ontario PCs are the only party with a real plan: Rebuilding Ontario’s economy with new good, well-paying manufacturing jobs, investments in the growth […]

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Only Doug Ford and the Ontario PCs will Expand Highway 417 for Ottawa Drivers

Del Duca-Wynne Liberals admit they will delay construction with another study OTTAWA, May 30, 2022 – Today, Doug Ford announced that only a re-elected PC government will get shovels in the ground to expand Highway 417 and fight gridlock for Ottawa-area drivers and businesses. “Just a few days ago, Steven Del Duca couldn’t help but say […]

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