Corey Tochor was elected as a Member of Parliament to represent the federal riding of Saskatoon-University on October 21, 2019. He is currently the Special Advisor on Nuclear Energy for the Conservative Party and sits as the Vice-Chair on the Science and Research committee.
Corey has a wealth of legislative experience, he was first elected to the Saskatchewan Legislature in the 2011 provincial election. Corey’s legislative responsibilities began early in his first term when he served as Deputy Chair of Committees. He served as Deputy Whip and was later appointed Deputy House Leader by Premier Wall.
Corey was re-elected in 2016 and gained the support and trust of his colleagues and was elected Speaker of the Legislature. He is one of only 25 people to hold this role in Saskatchewan and the second youngest to be elected.
Prior to entering politics, Corey was a local Saskatoon entrepreneur who owned and operated Health Conveyance, a communications company that provides electronic messaging in health facilities across the province. Corey graduated with a commerce degree from the U of S with a major in Finance. He had a successful career in sales, e-learning consulting and pharmaceuticals before starting his own business. These experiences have helped Corey become a strong voice for the local Saskatoon business community.
As an active volunteer in his local community, Corey served for many years on the executive of the Kinsmen Club of Saskatoon including on the corporate board for Telemiracle 33, chair of fundraising projects and treasurer of the Kinsmen Activity Place House, a community center supporting Saskatoon’s core.
Corey was born and raised in Esterhazy, Saskatchewan. He currently resides in Saskatoon with his wife Danielle and their two young sons, Jacob and James.