Pam Damoff was first elected as the Member of Parliament for Oakville North—Burlington in 2015.
Ms. Damoff has previously served as Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Indigenous Services and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Health.
Ms. Damoff is a community activist and business professional with over 25 years of corporate experience. Before being elected as a Member of Parliament, she served as an Oakville town councillor from 2010 to 2015. During her time on council, she was a member of the Oakville Public Library Board, the budget committee of the Town of Oakville, and the Oakville Tourism Partnership.
Ms. Damoff was recognized as a leading advocate for active transportation and better cycling infrastructure in Oakville. She co-founded Cycle Oakville to promote cycling and improve cycling infrastructure, and received the 2013 Bicycling Leadership Award from Share the Road Cycling Coalition for her promotion of cycling in Ontario. She is an active volunteer in her community, serving as Chair of the Oakville Terry Fox Run and a member of the organizing committee of the Courage Polar Bear Dip.
Ms. Damoff is a proud recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal and the Paul Harris Fellow recognition from Rotary International. She also received the Linda Jones Women’s Activist Award from the Oakville District Labour Council for her community service, and the Top 40 Fabulous Women Over 40 Excellence Award for Community Leadership.
She is passionate about many causes, including employment for persons living with disabilities, women’s empowerment, mental health, environmental protection, and cycling and improved cycling infrastructure.