Wendy Stewart is a former Ottawa City Councillor and Ottawa-Carleton Regional Councillor.
Stewart was born in Ottawa, and lived in Carleton Heights since 1980, with her husband Ron Stewart, a professional football player.
Stewart was first elected to the Ottawa-Carleton Regional Council in 1994, the first year the council was elected as a separate entity. She represented River Ward. Stewart had previously been quite active in the community. She had served on the Board of Directors of the Carleton Heights and Area Residents Association, chaired the McGregor Easson Community School Council/Advisory Committee, she was involved with the community newspaper, she was a member of the Girl Guides of Canada for 10 years, including a 5-year term as District Commissioner, she was the chair of the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority, she represented the Eastern Region of Conservation Authorities on Provincial Association's Standing Committee on Communications, and she chaired the Volunteer Advisory Committee of the Sawmill Creek Watershed Study.
Stewart was re-elected in 1997, and when the regional government was abolished, Stewart was elected to represent the same ward on Ottawa City Council in 2000. She retired in 2003.
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