23 Lansdowne Road, North
519-622-8154 pam_wolf@rogers.com

About Pam

Dpam5ear Neighbour,

As incumbent for West Galt, I am again asking for your support on October 22 nd. I have enjoyed my terms on Council and am very proud of our city and excited about its future.  I want to continue to work hard to shape that future.  I believe that our city must preserve and enhance its uniqueness and historic character while creating and retaining jobs.  Creative people are our most valuable resource; to attract and keep them we need to promote our vibrant arts community, natural beauty, farmers’ market, trail system, and unique neighbourhoods.  Inviting places generate wealth.

I have made my home in Ward 5 (West Galt) for over 40 years and together with my husband Gary have raised our three children Michael, Alanna, and Kristian here.  Recently with the birth of my grandson Jack I want more than ever to create a healthy environment for him and other children to flourish.  I am a teacher and first taught at Highland school, and 28 years later retired from Lincoln Ave School when I was elected to Council.

It is important to work full time as your councillor.  Currently I represent my constituents on over ten committees.  Although I have been very busy I have loved being involved with all aspects of our city and doing what I can to make Cambridge the best it can be.  I have also found it very rewarding to help citizens with the various problems they face in our city.  Working with staff I have been able to get results for people.

As the incumbent for Ward 5, I will continue to work hard and smart, and hold city government accountable to you.  I have energy and vision, and with your help we will find creative solutions to our city’s challenges.

On October 22 nd vote for Pam Wolf to be your voice on City Council and together we can make Cambridge the dynamic, vibrant, and prosperous city we can all be proud to call our own.

Thank you for your support,


Pam Wolf




Teacher: Highland, Laurentian, Wm. G Davis and Lincoln Ave

I retired from fulltime teaching in 2007 when I was elected to City Council to better serve our community.

Community Service:

Cambridge United Way Board of Directors 2002-2007

TVO Regional Advisory Board Councillor

Waterloo Regional labour Council executive 2000-2006

Cambridge Amnesty International Member

Habitat for Humanity: Teacher build

Canadian Cancer Society Canvass captain

Chaplin Family Y member

Housing Cambridge Board Member

City Committees:

Chairperson Affordable Housing Sub-committee

Performing Arts Steering Committee

Arts Connect

Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee

Municipal Environmental Advisory Committee

Community Service Liaison Committee

Planning Department Liaison Committee

Grants to Groups Committee

Cambridge Idea Exchange board member

Cambridge Connects Committee

Community Awards:

Cambridge YWCA Woman of Distinction Award

ETFO Mary Johnson Award

Waterloo Region Oktoberfest Woman of the Year

WRLC- Max Saltsman Award

Peace Certificate Chaplin family YMCA

Honorary Member ETFO

Favorite Teacher Award Cambridge Times