SASKTODAY.ca staff reached out to the candidates in all of Saskatchewan's ridings with a universal questionnaire. We will be publishing these results in order they were received.
Name: Mario Milanovski
Running for: People's Party of Canada, Regina–Wascana
Profession: Senior IT Analyst
Currently residing in (city or neighbourhood): Regina
Previous political experience: Candidate in 2019 election
Who is your political hero?
I don’t have one.
What inspired you to enter the election race?
PPC platform and overall situation in country.
What topics are most important to you in this federal election?
Restoration of freedoms in Canada.
Are you concerned about the short campaign time line for this election?
What supports, if any, do you feel are needed to help businesses and residents with the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic?
Open up economy, so Canadians are able to earn and small business to thrive.
What, if any, agricultural federal programs and initiatives do you feel are necessary to help support farmers and ranchers in this year’s conditions?
Phase out the supply management system over a number of years to allow farmers to adapt, and compensate them for the lost value of their quotas. Allow Canada’s dairy, egg and poultry farmers to thrive and sell their products internationally.
Is there an issue that people are focusing too much?
Identity politics that group people and create division.
Is there an issue that doesn’t get enough attention?
Attack on our freedoms with different mandates.
Why did you choose to run for your particular party?
PPC puts Canada and Canadians first.
What is the biggest issue facing your party’s chance at success?
There is no issue since PPC have the best platform for Canadians.
How will you engage and encourage young voters to participate in this election?
Politics is part of everyone’s life, and every Canadian should realize that every politician should be accountable for every decision.
What is your party’s leader’s biggest flaw?
I haven’t noticed any.
Once elected, your job is to represent your entire riding. How do you plan on representing individuals who didn’t vote for you?
We are human beings regardless of political stance, and I will represent everyone the same way.
What informs your political stance? What books, publications, relationships or experiences?
Experience and history books.
What local project or service would you advocate for more federal spending?
That depends on the community’s needs.
What is something people don’t know about you?
I enjoy spending time in mountains.