Lois Brown is a tireless and exemplary community leader. She served as Member of Parliament for Newmarket-Aurora from 2008 to 2015 when she served as Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of International Development, was appointed to the Red Tape Reduction Commission, and was elected Vice Chair of the Conservative Auto Caucus. She also served as a member of the Standing Committees on Foreign Affairs and International Development and Transport, Infrastructure and Communities.
Lois oversaw the direction of tens of millions of dollars into the riding as MP for projects such as the Newmarket Riverwalk Commons, Newmarket Operations Centre, Newmarket Public Library Collaborative and Aurora GO Bridge, among others.
Lois is a small business owner, co-founding a successful disability management company that works with large Canadian manufacturers. She has been active in the Newmarket-Aurora community for many years, making countless contributions to local community organizations. She also lends her expertise as a Director for two non-profit organizations assisting those less fortunate living in Africa.
Lois and her husband reside in Newmarket, Ontario and have two grown children.