Michael Kram is the Conservative Member of Parliament for Regina-Wascana, a position which he has held since the general election of October 21st, 2019. Michael sits on the House of Commons International Trade Committee. He is also the Conservative Deputy Critic for International Trade.
Michael was born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan. His parents are both retired teachers and his grandparents were farmers. He graduated from Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School in Regina.
Michael has a Bachelor of Science Degree majoring in Computer Science and a Bachelor of Arts Degree majoring in Economics. Both degrees are from the University of Regina. He also studied Economics at Carleton University in Ottawa.
Before being elected to Parliament, Michael worked in the information technology sector. He worked in the private sector in Calgary in the late 1990’s and for the Department of National Defence in Ottawa in the early 2000’s. Michael worked for many years as a programmer/analyst with a Regina-based information technology consulting firm. During this time, he developed software solutions for a mix of private-sector and government entities.
Michael Kram grew up and still resides in south Regina. He has been an active member of St. Martin de Porres Church in Whitmore Park for many years. In his spare time he enjoys jogging, movies, and watching football.