Cameron Clark enjoyed a 32-year career in the Ontario Public Service (OPS) focusing primarily on land use and natural resource planning and management, regional economic development, and aboriginal issues. Throughout his career, he held a number of senior positions in the OPS including: Deputy Minister, Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines; Assistant Deputy Minister, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources; Regional Director Northwest Region, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources; and Chief Provincial Negotiator, Mississauga #8 Land Claim with the Ontario Native Affairs Secretariat.
He has lived and worked throughout Northern Ontario, including stops in Sault Ste Marie, Sudbury, Wawa and Thunder Bay. He is presently retired and living in Thunder Bay, although he does some consulting (English River Consulting Inc.) and is actively engaged as a director of a number of boards, including Lakehead University (Chair), the Trans Canada Trail and the Quetico Foundation.
Cameron and his wife Janet have two daughters, are avid canoeists, cross country skiers and natural history buffs, and enjoy as much time as they can at their camp near English River.
Mr. Clark joined the Trans Canada Trail Board in 2006 and served until 2012. He served as Secretary in 2012, and then re-joined the Board in 2013