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Corinna Traill

Local Councillor for Ward 3, Corinna Traill, was born and raised in Bowmanville. Having attended local schools and coming from a family of educators, Corinna understands the value maintaining a strong local school system and she is also a keen supporter of local arts and culture as a member of the Visual Arts Centre and a founding member of the Jury Lands Foundation, which she helped found to preserve Camp 30 for present and future generations.

She is also known as a Councillor who can “get things done”.

She is responsible for:

• Supported a New Twin Pad Arena and Swimming Pool – As Community Services Chair, Corinna prioritized community participation and enjoyment.

• Established the Seniors and Affordable Housing Task Force to address the need for affordable housing while retaining our small town feel.

As a firm believer in accountability and transparency, Corinna was the first member of Council to embrace using social media in 2010 as a regular method to communicate with taxpayers and she continues to champion more a more democratic process. If re-elected, Corinna will restore Committee meetings to the evening so no residents have to miss work to participate in Committee meetings.

After years of lobbying, the 2022 election will be the first electronic election:  residents can vote from the comfort of their own homes by phone or computer which will help curb the spread of COVID-19 and increase voter turnout.

Other initiatives Corinna supported were extending the Quarry Bridge in Ward 3 and Baseline Road to Bennett to bring Toyota to Bowmanville, and she supported the transfer of 34 acres of parkland from the Bowmanville Zoo to the Municipality to create more green space for residents, and if-re-elected, to house a refrigerated ice skating trail.


As the only candidate who has a local business and was born and raised in Bowmanville, Corinna has deep roots in her community.

Having graduated from the University of Toronto summa cum laude Corinna put herself through law school at Osgoode Hall while also volunteering a Legal Aid clinic. Re-elected three times as Councillor, in 2010, 2014 and again in 2018, Corinna has been a strong voice for residents.

Corinna has balanced building a successful law practice in employment, human rights law and family law with her Council responsibilities while serving as Board member on the Samuel Wilmot Nature Area Advisory Committee, Tyrone Community Centre Hall Board and Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority. As a member of the Bowmanville Business and Professional Women’s Club, she is also an advocate for small business owners.

She is also a proud member of Bowmanville Legion Branch 178, which she joined with her father, (Professor John Traill ), and she is the grand-daughter of veterans who served in both World Wars. She is also a member of the Pineridge Target Sports Club, and served on the Bethesda House Women’s Shelter Board for eight years.  

She is committed to public service and understands the struggles facing working families in Clarington. Despite undergoing a recent personal tragedy, Corinna decided to run again after being encouraged by the community, and because she feels she has more work to do for the people of Ward 3.

“I am committed to finding ways to keep money in people’s pockets, to demanding the highest levels of accountability and to making sure that we deliver the services people expect while fighting for lower taxes. The key is threefold: find efficiencies so we can make investments to create jobs and to grow our economy. Ward 3 residents should have more job options close to home”. – Corinna


Corinna is the only candidate who has been endorsed by the Clarington Professional Firefighters Association Local 3139 for the last three consecutive elections. She was the preferred candidate because of her commitment to public safety.

In response to flooding in her community, Corinna spearheaded the development of Clarington’s first waterfront emergency plan and continues to work to protect residents and their homes in high-risk areas.

If re-elected, Corinna will advocate for the construction of a new full-time fire station in North Bowmanville.


She supports low taxes.

As one of the most fiscally conservative members of Council, Corinna is known for curbing spending while building safe and strong communities.

Corinna approaches every budget with two goals: to save taxpayer money while maintaining service levels and to make key investments to grow the economy.

Relying on her legal training, she reviews line-by-line to find efficiencies. She supported $2,459,820.00 in savings during the 2022 budget process. 

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