Name:  Kevin Dencil Carlson

Affiliated Party:  Liberal Party of Canada

Age: 50

Occupation:  Salesman

Residence:  The Pas

What do you believe is the biggest issue of this election: This election is about protecting Canadians; preventing regressive policies; and rebuilding a modern, responsive economy.

I am Metis, born in Winnipegosis, and my mother still lives there.  My family continues our fishing operations on Lake Winnipegosis.

I have a wife, Rose, and 3 children (citizens of the Northlands Dene Nation) and had a daughter who was the victim of domestic violence, who has since passed away.  We now have 3 grandchildren.  I am a member of the Knights of Columbus, past district Governor of Kin Canada and involved with Friendship Centres.

I was brought up to believe in community service and I strive to leave my community brighter for my children and grandchildren.

Why are you running in this election?

Why do you think you would make the best candidate?

Many have felt this is an unnecessary election. What are your thoughts on this?

This has been a tough year for Parkland Farmers. What do you think the government needs to be doing for Manitoba farmers in general?

Some folks in the Parkland believe the economy is one of the biggest issues in this election. Do you believe we’ve spent too much money in this pandemic so far and what are your party’s economic policies moving forward?