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Luka Stevanovic

Senior Consultant, Ottawa

Luka is an experienced public policy and communications professional with expert knowledge of government processes.

Most recently Luka was a policy analyst with the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) working to enhance the competitiveness of the Canadian mineral exploration and development industry, particularly in the areas of regulatory affairs, land access and Indigenous affairs.

Previously, Luka served in the office of the Chief Government Whip at Queen’s Park where he gained unique experience of government and legislative processes while providing government caucus members advice on their legislative responsibilities.

Luka has also held multiple positions in the office of the Minister of Northern Development and Mines where he advised on various public policy files related to economic and infrastructure development in the north.

Luka studied political science and sociology at the University of Toronto and is currently working on learning French. When not in the office or on the campaign trail, Luka can be found at the curling rink or on the soccer field.