Adam Chambers

A lifelong native of Midland Adam understands how small communities across our province are special.

After completing law and business school at Western University in London, Ontario and practicing law, Adam became a senior advisor to Minister Jim Flaherty in the Department of Finance.  This experience came during the Great Recession when Minister Flaherty was bringing our country’s finances back to balance.  From this experience, Adam has developed an appreciation of the value of public service and the importance of fiscal responsibility.

Since 2015, he has been a board member of the Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care in Penetanguishene to promote mental health and give back to our community.  Adam is also also a founding board member of Building Up, a non-profit whose mission is to create employment opportunities in the skilled trades for at-risk youth.

Currently, he is Assistant Vice President at one of Canada’s largest financial institutions.