Your Candidate for Durham
As a life-long resident of Bowmanville, successful lawyer operating her own local practice, and the current Local Councillor for the Municipality of Clarington, Corinna Traill has deep roots in her community. First elected in 2010 and re-elected in 2014, Corinna is known as a fiscally responsible, socially progressive, and environmentally conscious councillor. As an advocate for controlled spending, building strong communities and promoting accountable government, Corinna introduced the Municipality’s first comprehensive Code of Conduct, spearheaded the development of the East and West Bowmanville Waterfront Parks and created the Municipality’s first off-leash dog park for residents. Corinna is a member of the Bowmanville Business and Professional Women’s Club, and sits on the Boards of Directors for several organizations including Bethesda House Women’s Shelter, the Tyrone Community Centre Hall Board, and the Samuel Wilmot Nature Area Advisory Committee. In 2014 the Business and Professional Women's Club Ontario recognized Corinna with the award for "Outstanding Contribution to the Leadership of Women”. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (summa cum laude) from the University of Toronto and a J.D. from Osgoode Hall Law School, where she was the President of the Labour and Employment Law Society.