Name: Donnan McKenna

Affiliated Party: People’s Party of Canada

Age: 54

Occupation: Retired RCMP Superintendent

Residence: Rural Municipality of Mountain

What do you believe is the biggest issue of this election: The complete and utter mismanagement of our country which has impacted our unity, our economy, the safety and well-being of our citizens.

Donnan McKenna is a retired RCMP Superintendent who began his career in Manitoba. Donnan was the Commander of the Canadian U.N. Peacekeeping Contingent in the Ivory Coast during the conflict. Donnan is a Crime Reduction and Family Violence expert and sat as a member of the Alberta provincial Death Review committee established to review domestic homicides making recommendations for policy changes to government. Donnan served as a board member of the John Howard Society, the Caribou Child Advocacy Centre, the PACE Sexual Assault Centre, and was the Director of Security for the 2018 Alberta Summer Games.

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?