Lindsey Park is the Ontario PC candidate that was elected to represent the riding of Durham in the 2018 provincial election. The Durham riding consists of Township of Scugog, Scugog Indian Reserve No. 34, and the Town of Clarington.
As an experienced and successful civil litigation lawyer representing clients across Ontario, including in the Durham Region, Lindsey is proud to live and work in Durham.
Lindsey played elite hockey for the Durham West Girls Hockey Association and went on to play NCAA Division 1 hockey at Wayne State University, where she obtained a Bachelor of Science. While completing her law degree at the University of Ottawa, Lindsey worked as an advisor to the federal Minister of Environment.
Although retired from competitive hockey, Lindsey still puts the pads on to play goalie in men’s and women’s recreation leagues. She also enjoys spending her off-hours mentoring young women and advocating for community issues and causes.
Whether it is on the ice, in the court room, or in the houses of parliament, Lindsey Park is a proven fighter with legislative experience. She will be an advocate for families and taxpayers in Durham at Queen’s Park, and will work day-in and day-out for their benefit.