Pam Wolf

Phone: 519-575-4404 ext. 3413
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Pam Wolf has lived in Cambridge since 1974 with her husband Gary and raised their three children Michael, Alanna, and Kristian there. Her greatest joy are her four grandchildren Natalie, Grace, Evie, and Jack.  Pam has always been active in her community serving on the United Way board, Waterloo Labour Council, and three affordable housing boards Housing Cambridge, Home Concept, and Satellite Affordable Housing. Her community has recognized her with a YWCA Women of Distinction Award, the Labour Council Max Saltzman award, and the Oktoberfest Woman of the Year Humanitarian award.

Pam is a teacher by profession and an honorary lifetime member of ETFO where she served on executive as Equity rep and Status of Women chair. Pam has taught at several Cambridge schools and realizes that the students she has touched have been more important to her than anything else she has accomplished.

Pam has served the City of Cambridge for four terms as Councillor for West Galt. Of the many policies she initiated during her terms she is most proud of the Poverty Roundtable, affordable housing subcommittee, the anti-idling by law, the end of single use plastic at City Hall, and Cambridge becoming the first city in Ontario to be recognized as a Living Wage community.

Her legacy includes the Hamilton Family Theatre, The Old Post Office Idea Exchange, and The Pedestrian Bridge. These accomplishments were made possible by working together with a dedicated staff, committed citizens, and fellow Councillors.

Pam is looking forward to serving the City of Cambridge on Regional Council. She is vice chair of Community and Health Services Committee, a member of the GRCA board and sits on the Regional Heritage committee.

Pam has been appointed by Regional Council to the following Committees, Boards, Project Teams, Working Groups and Studies:

Standing Committees

  • Administration and Finance
  • Budget
  • Community and Health Services (Vice-Chair)
  • Planning and Works

Other Appointments

  • Grand River Conservation Authority
  • Waterloo Region Heritage Foundation

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