Ujjal Dosanjh served as Premier of British Columbia from February 2000 until May 2001. Previous to this, he served as the Attorney General of British Columbia from August 1995 until February 2000.
A long-time human rights activist, his past community involvements include working with the BC Civil Liberties Association, South Vancouver Neighborhood House, MOSAIC, and the Vancouver Multicultural Society.
Mr. Dosanjh came to Canada in 1968 and joined the labour force while taking evening classes at community college. Eventually he attended Simon Fraser University where he graduated with honours. He went on to attend the University of British Columbia Law School and graduated in 1976.
Mr. Dosanjh currently practices law at Dosanjh Wolley in Vancouver. He and his wife, Raminder, have three sons.