Muhammad Fiaz was elected MLA for Regina Pasqua in the 2016 provincial election.
Muhammad was born and raised in Pakistan where he pursued his education, receiving a Bachelor of Commerce degree. Muhammad and his family immigrated to Toronto in 1995 where they established a thriving jewelry business, one that remains successful today.
In 2008, Muhammad chose to move to Saskatchewan – to what he fondly calls "the land of opportunity" – where he has worked as a road safety consultant for SGI.
Since moving to Saskatchewan, Muhammad has become an active member of his community. He volunteers his time with Humanity First and also coaches in the South Regina Community Soccer Program.
Muhammad is excited to give back to a community and province that welcomed him with open arms. He currently serves Saskatchewan as a member of the Standing Committee on Human Services.
Muhammad and his wife Attia have three young boys.