Saskatoon, Saskatchewan , Canada
|| May 15, 1974
Sep 28, 2020 01:36pm
|Info||Bradley R. "Brad" Trost |
Brad Trost is a Conservative Member of Parliament in the Canadian House of Commons, representing the riding of Saskatoon—Humboldt. He was elected in the 2004 election, then re-elected in 2006 Canadian Federal Election.
In 2004, in what was the closest 4-way race in the country, Trost received only 417 more votes than the next leading candidate, Nettie Wiebe, 435 votes ahead of the third candidate, Patrick Wolfe, and 2368 votes ahead of former Member of Parliament Jim Pankiw.
In 2006, Trost fell less than 1% below getting a majority of the popular vote, handily defeating the second place NDP, Andrew Mason and third place Liberal, Peter Stroh.
Before being elected, Trost worked as an exploration and mining Geophysicist.
Trost currently serves as a member of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Industry, Science, Technology and Natural Resources.