During the 2007 Ontario Referendum on Electoral Reform, Cameron acted as Coordinator for the 'No MMP' campaign for eastern Ontario (excluding Ottawa).
Cameron has also served as a member and contributing columnist on the Community Editorial Board of the Kingston (ON) Whig-Standard newspaper.
Brent holds an honours degree in politics from Queen's University and a Certificate in Municipal Administration from St. Lawrence College (Kingston, ON).
Active in his community, Cameron served as a board member, and later Chairperson, of Southern Frontenac Community Services Corporation - a non-profit organization coordinating support services for seniors, disabled adults, and children.
Brent Cameron was made an Honourary Life Member of the Royal Commonwealth Society (Toronto Branch).
In 2014, Brent was elected to the municipal council for the Township of Central Frontenac, in southeastern Ontario, Canada
Brent H. Cameron
A writer and commentator on Commonwealth trade issues, Brent Cameron is the author of 'The Case for Commonwealth Free Trade' (2005) and numerous essays and articles. He is also a member of the Advisory Board of Commonwealth Exchange.
Cameron worked as Telecommunications Coordinator for the Federal Ministry of Labour in Ottawa, Canada before joining SES Canada Research (now Nanos Research) as a Research Associate. He also worked as an assistant to former MPP Harry Danford, Member for Hastings-Peterborough and Parliamentary Assistant to Ontario's Minister of Agriculture and Rural Affairs.
He served as a member of the Advance Team for Prime Minister Brian Mulroney during the 1988 federal general election.