SASKATOON – The Saskatchewan Liberal Party has announced its first slate of candidates for the 2020 provincial election.
Leader Naveed Anwar will run in Saskatoon University. Anwar resides in Saskatoon with his wife, Farah. They have two children. He is the owner of a tax consulting firm with operations in both Saskatoon and Prince Albert. He grew up in Pakistan, studying Statistics and Mathematics at the University of Punjab (Lahore) and Business at Concordia University in Montreal. Anwar became Party Leader in 2018 after first running as a candidate in 2016.
Robert Rudachyk will run in Saskatoon Westview. Rudachyk is a father of two with a passion for human rights and the environment. As a renewable energy advocate, he would like to see our province achieve its full potential through economic and energy diversification.
Bruno Sahut will represent the Party in Regina Lakeview. Sahut was educated in France as well as Canada where he obtained his university education and worked as a student leader. Throughout his life, he has advocated for unionization and other social causes.
“The Saskatchewan Liberal team will carry a positive message in the upcoming election, focusing on ideas that will benefit our province and our people in the long-term through economic and social diversity,” said Anwar, “Recent events, in particular the COVID-19 pandemic, have only accelerated the need for us to work together to build a province that is more tolerant, fair, and prosperous. Along the path to recovery, we must ensure that everyone in Saskatchewan has an opportunity to reach their full potential.”
“I look forward to giving all Saskatchewanians a chance to get to know our candidates and party better as we offer a real alternative to voters in the upcoming provincial election,” concluded Anwar.