The upcoming by-election in Regina’s Coronation Park constituency has its New Democratic Party candidate. Small business owner and educator Noor Burki was nominated by NDP members in a contested nomination in the constituency on April 26.

“It is my honour to represent the NDP in this by-election,” said Burki. “As a business owner, educator and father, my dedication is to ensuring the brightest future possible for my children, your children, and everyone in Saskatchewan.” 

Noor Burki is a small business owner, a driving instructor, and a father to seven daughters. He lives in Regina with his wife Shamim. He owns Wascana Driving School and serves as a driving instructor to students within the Regina Public School system. 

“I am so excited to have a pillar of the community like Noor as our candidate in Regina Coronation Park,” said NDP Leader Carla Beck. “It’s clear that he has energized folks here in Regina Coronation Park and is ready to represent his constituents. With his proven track record of action, I know he will work tirelessly to serve the people of Regina Coronation as their MLA, and I cannot wait to hit the doors with him to make that a reality.” 

Burki previously ran for the NDP in Regina Coronation Park for the 2020 general election.