Sarah Campbell represents the electoral district of Kenora-Rainy River as a member of the Ontario New Democratic Party caucus; her critic role is Tourism Culture and Sport.

A local leader born in Atikokan to a family of forest industry workers, Sarah Campbell is well known for her advocacy on energy issues; the fight against rising hydro prices; increased access to healthcare and improvements to the Northern Health Travel Grants; her ongoing battle to improve winter road maintenance throughout Northwestern Ontario and her continuing efforts to increase the number of seniors' housing units throughout her riding.

Prior to being elected as MPP, Sarah served on the Kenora District Services Board (KDSB), District of Kenora Unincorporated Areas Ratepayers’ Association (DoKURA) and Hoshizaki House board of directors. She organized local residents against the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) and rising hydro prices. She has a proven track record of fighting to preserve the northern way of life and making it more affordable to live in the region she calls home.

Sarah was educated at Lakehead University and spent the summers of her youth working at the Thunder Bay Crown Attorney’s Office, the Ear Falls Sawmill, and Lac Seul Onaway Lodge.

She currently lives in Vermilion Bay with her family.