Let's Make a Difference!
Meg was first elected in 2016 and has spent the last four years advocating for rural internet access, active transportation, green energy and transit. She is the Chair of Kings Transit Authority, a board member of the Annapolis Valley Regional Libraries, Kings County Audit Committee, Nominating Committee, Planning Advisory Committee, and many more.
Meg and her husband Shawn live in Sheffield Mills where they raise their boys and grow lots of food. Meg is the owner of Root Therapy Gardening, a director of the Sheffield Mills Community Association, winner of the Preserve Wildlife Canada 2019 Seed Grant for habitat restoration, and member of the Dean's List at Acadia University.
As a blossoming farmer and small business owner, she realizes the importance of preserving our environment and agricultural land for future generations.
Born in Berwick, Meg has considered Kings County home her entire life, even after moving to Ontario before entering high school. Since moving back in 2010, she has had first hand experience facing the joys and struggles that can come from living in rural Nova Scotia. She strives to make this a place that attracts and keeps young, motivated people who create exciting communities and infrastructure.