I first met Pam when she was running for City Councillor the first time. She was quite a fighter and won out the day. The thing that struck me about Pam was that she was determined and had so much integrity. If Pam believed in something she never swayed in her commitment to it. This was especially true in her commitment to social causes and co-ops in particular. Over the years of knowing Pam I have always found her friendly and funny with a wild collection of jackets. I’m going to miss her. There’s no one quite like her. I am grateful that Toronto had someone like Pam to be the consciousness of the City.
Michelle Arscott CHFT Staff July 25, 2017