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Lori St. Onge



Lori St. Onge is Director of Aboriginal Justice for the Mi’kmaq Confederacy of PEI. Lori graduated from the University of Prince Edward Island with a MBA, BA, Diploma in Public Administration and a Certificate in Human Resource Management and in Circle Keeping. 

Prior to being the Director of Aboriginal Justice, Lori was the Executive Director and Case Manager for Child Find PEI for over 5 years.  She played an instrumental role in implementing the PEI Missing AMBER Alert Program and won an international award for her dedication and commitment to missing and exploited children.

Lori is a strong believer in restorative justice. She is an advocate for positive approaches to behavior where the goal is to repair harm rather than assign blame.  Her boundless energy, wealth of experience in casework, and her ability to forge partnerships, enable her to do the work that she does.  She is a proud Mi’kmaq woman and a member of the Lennox Island First Nation Band. 

Lori sits on numerous committees and boards including PEI Crime Stoppers, Partners for Safer Communities, Atlantic Community Safety Association, Victim Service Advisory Committee, and the Justice Policy and Planning Forum.  In 2012, she was appointed by the Department of Education as a trustee on the English Language School Board.