Brad Farquhar is an entrepreneur and business consultant based in Regina, Saskatchewan. He is bilingual in French and English, and has over twelve years experience in federal and provincial politics. A former Executive Assistant to Saskatchewan’s Leader of the Opposition and Executive Director of the Saskatchewan Party, Brad has worked in the former Soviet Republic of Tajikistan and in Jamaica, where he assisted with the development of democratic systems in those countries.
In 2005, Brad co-founded a company that invests in farmland in Saskatchewan. Agriculture Development Corporation is now the largest farmland company in Canada.
Brad completed his Master of Public Administration degree at Griffith University (Australia), specializing in electoral systems and governance, has a BA (Liberal Arts) from Providence College, and is a trained financial planner.
Brad is a director of the Regina & District Chamber of Commerce and sits on the board of his local church.
Brad has been married to Lynette for 18 years, and has three children, ages 11, 9, and 7.