1)Who were your political role model (s) growing up
Diefenbaker because he was Prime Minister from Saskatchewan and had a fantastic memory for names. I met him several occasions truly a great Canadian
2) When did you become active in politics?
Actually grade 7. I was walking home one day and this candidate was delivering pamphlets door to door. He asked me if I’d like to join him. I did and that was the start of me being a conservative for life
3) What is the most important/useful books a young conservative should read and why?
I believe any book on leadership. Because I was in sports for years I enjoyed reading books from Bill Belichick, Wayne Gretzky, Gordie Howe. These books on leadership gives a perspective of the trials and tribulations they went through to become successful.
4) What do you see as the most important current and future issues for young Canadians
Affordability is one of the biggest issues facing young people today. Cost of education, job market and then getting into the housing market is all concerns for young Canadians. Raising a family also has its challenges
5) What is the best way for a young person to get involved in politics.
I have a youth advisory board that meets four times a year. It’s a wonderful way to get involved in politics. We share ideas on current events making everyone respect different viewpoints. Volunteering on any campaign is always the best way to get involved. Every MP is looking for young people to get involved and participate in campaigns.