Muhammad Fiaz Wins Contested Nomination in Regina Pasqua

April 29, 2014

Regina— Small business owner Muhammad Fiaz won a contested nomination last night to become the Saskatchewan Party candidate in Regina Pasqua for the next provincial election.

“I’m excited to get to work,” Fiaz said. “I will work hard to earn the support of the constituents of Regina Pasqua.”

Fiaz is part-owner of a jewelry repair business and currently works as a driving instructor. In addition to his busy professional life, Fiaz is involved in his community as a volunteer with Humanity First Canada. He has organized fundraisers for the victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake as well as recently working to help victims of war. Fiaz also coaches under-10 and under-5 soccer. In his spare time he likes to hunt, hike and play soccer.

Fiaz and his wife Attia have three young boys, Ayaz, Kashif and Amasa land.

“I want to work with the youth in my constituency and all across Saskatchewan,” Fiaz said. “I want to help to ensure that our government continues to make Saskatchewan the best place to live, work and raise a family.”

Fiaz has a Bachelor of Commerce degree and an intermediate degree from the Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Pakistan. He has been involved in politics on the federal, provincial and civic level.

“The quality of life that I have experienced here in Saskatchewan is second to none,” Fiaz said. “I believe that the Saskatchewan Party government is moving our province forward by investing in our people and making life better for everyone.”

Fiaz says he’s looking forward to running in the next election.

“I strongly support the enthusiastic leadership of Premier Brad Wall and am looking forward to being part of the Saskatchewan Party team,” Fiaz said. “I want to get out on people’s doorsteps and listen to their concerns and bring them to the legislature after the next election.”

With Fiaz’s nomination as the candidate for Regina Pasqua, the Saskatchewan Party has nominated 16 candidates for the next provincial election.


For more information: The Saskatchewan Party, 306.359.1638 or 1.800.966.9611.