Since 2007, Lori St. Onge has been the Director of Indigenous Justice of the Mi'kmaq Confederacy of PEI. She was appointed as a commissioner to the PEI Human Rights Commission in May 2017.
St. Onge sits on numerous committees and boards including the RCMP Commissioner National Aboriginal Advisory Committee, PEI BRIDGE Secretariat, Victim Services Advisory Committee and the RCMP Commanding Officer’s Cultural Diversity Committee. In February 2019, she was appointed to the PEI Poverty Reduction Council. An active volunteer, St. Onge was recently a mentor for the Indigenous youth In.Business program of Atlantic Canada. In 2007, she was the recipient of the Joan Taavon Award, an international award for commitment to missing and exploited children.