Judith was born in Thunder Bay, and has raised three beautiful children there.
She has dedicated her working life to advocating for working people, with proven results. She is committed to reconciliation with Indigenous peoples of Canada and enforcing the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. She has also dedicated much of her time volunteering for the United Way Board, Friends of Quetico Park, and the Heart and Stroke Society.
Judith loves spending her free time outdoors, often accompanied by her two dogs or her grandchildren.
Due to safety concerns around COVID-19 Thunder Bay Office (409 George Street) will be open for in-person appointments by necessity only. To make an appointment call 622 1920 or email [email protected]
All persons entering the premises must wear a mask or face covering that securely covers nose, mouth, and chin as required by the Medical Officer of Health under the authority of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA) Ontario Regulations 263/20, 364/20.
Physical distancing of two meters must be maintained. Maximum of two people in waiting room at one time. Visitors will be required to provide contact information so that they may be contacted in the event of an outbreak.
Office may close on short notice due to further COVID-19 concerns.