About MP Pat Davidson (Sarnia-Lambton)
MP Pat Davidson was first elected as a member of the Conservative Party of Canada to the riding of Sarnia-Lambton in 2006. Subsequently, Pat was successful in her bid for re-election in 2008 and again in 2011. She currently sits as a Member of the Standing Committee on Fisheries and Oceans as well as the Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics, of which Pat is the Vice-Chair.
MP Davidson previously served as the Vice-Chair of the Standing Committee on the Status of Women. Pat also plays an active role as a regional Co-Chair of the Conservative Energy Caucus, an organization comprised of Parliamentarians committed to the study and promotion of Canadian energy-related issues.
Prior to her time spent as the Federal representative for Sarnia-Lambton, Pat was involved in municipal government for 26 years. She served as a Municipal Councillor from 1980-1985, as Deputy Reeve from 1986-1991 and as Mayor of the town of Plympton-Wyoming from 1991-2006. In addition, Pat was the Warden of Lambton County for an unprecedented five terms.
Her involvement as a board member on local committees has been varied. The associations include Sarnia-Lambton United Way, Detox Centre Committee, Lambton College Foundation, and the Sarnia-Lambton Children's Aid Society.
Pat is a lifelong resident of the Town of Plympton-Wyoming and she resides in Wyoming with her husband, Bill. They have one son, Will, and daughter-in-law Tina; along with her grandson Josh and the newest addition to the Davidson family, grand-daughter Reese.