Defender of public health care and education

This is Lee Fairclough

About Lee

Lee Fairclough is a 22-year resident of Etobicoke-Lakeshore, where she and her husband are raising their two boys.

She has worked in health care for the last 25 years – starting at Princess Margaret Hospital as a radiation therapist, and most recently as President of St. Mary’s General Hospital.

Lee comes by her belief in teamwork honestly. She swam and played water polo competitively at university, and represented Canada with the Canadian Women’s Rugby Team at the 1998 World Cup. She brings commitment and resilience to every aspect of her professional and personal life.


Why I am running

I believe in helping people and in building an inclusive, fair, and sustainable future for families in Etobicoke-Lakeshore and across Ontario.

My experience on both a personal and professional level has shown me the benefits of strong, progressive policy, services, and programs that help individuals, families, and communities thrive – and that a partnership between responsible businesses, the not-for-profit sector, civil society, and governments is essential to make it happen.


We need your help to send Lee to Queen's Park.