Camille Davidson was born in British Columbia and moved to Pictou County in 2008 with her husband Barry and their two kids, Hannah and Quinn. Currently living in Scotsburn, they own and operate the Stone Soup Cafe in Pictou. With a passion for food security, they source our ingredients locally whenever possible and have developed a network of producers in Pictou County and Nova Scotia, with whom we have a personal relationship. At their homestead they raise chickens, turkeys, pigs, vegetables and make maple syrup.
Camille has been involved with the Green Party since 2008, signing up as a volunteer on Elizabeth May’s campaign right after arriving in Nova Scotia. In addition, she serves as the Secretary of the Lund Community Society, organizing the operation of an alternative community school project. Including fundraising. hiring and firing of staff, campaigning to have the building transferred to the community society from the school board, achieving charitable status for society. She is also currently on the board of the Pictou parks and recreation committee of the municipal council, advising on issues relating to parks and recreation in Pictou.
Camille has served on Federal Council as the Nova Scotia Representative since 2016.