Meet Sue Foxton


Phone (Regional Office): 519-575-4404 x3407

Picture of Regional Councillor Sue Foxton

Sue Foxton was elected as Mayor of North Dumfries on October 27, 2014, and in her role as Mayor also serves as a Regional Councillor. Sue has lived in North Dumfries for 32 years, and has served her community politically as the Ward 1 Councillor for North Dumfries for the past 14 years. Sue is a graduate of the Recreation and Leadership program at Conestoga College, as well as Advanced Business Applications. She also holds a Canada Customs Introduction to Customs, and Customs Duty Drawback Certifications. Over the course of her career Sue has been actively engaged with her community, having established and chaired the North Dumfries Police Committee for the past 32 years. Sue also chairs the Seniors Advisory Committee, is a Deputy Warden of Christ Church, and is a member of the North Dumfries Smart and Caring Foundation. She has also been involved with the community at a grassroots level, organizing blood drives and pickup soccer leagues. Sue is currently employed at Dimplex North America as an Inventory Planning Co-ordinator, and has held this position for the past 13 years.

As a member of Regional Council, Sue believes in strong financial performance management, fostering connectivity and community among the residents of the Region, and also establishing a Gravel Committee within her municipality of North Dumfries.

Sue is married to her husband Brian and they have three children Denise Vanderhorst‎, Amber Stirling and Corey Foxton.

For the 2014-2018 Term, Sue has been appointed by Regional Council to the following Committees, Boards, and organizations: 

 Standing Committee Advisory Committees/Other Appointments
 Administration & Finance Grand River Conservation Authority
 Community Services (Vice -Chair) Jack Young Civic Awards Committee
 Planning & WorksSpecialized Transit Services Advisory Committee
 Budget CommitteeGrand River Accessibility Advisory Committee
 Library Committee Swane Street Improvements
 East Boundary Road Corridor Planning Study