John Cameron Pallett (February 15, 1921 – October 3, 1985) was a Canadian lawyer and politician.
Born in Dixie, Ontario, he was educated at University of Toronto, at which he got a B.A. in 1941. He then attended Osgoode Hall Law School, graduating with a Bachelor of Laws in 1947. He founded Pallett & Pallett law firm in 1948; subsequently Pallett Valo, Mississauga. He also served as a Bencher of the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Pallett was a Member of Parliament of Canada from 1954 to 1962; Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister of Canada; Chief Government Whip and leader of the Canadian NATO delegation to Europe in 1959. He served as a Captain in the Governor General's Horse Guards armoured reconnaissance division in France, Italy and Germany, from 1942 to 1945.
He was the Chairman of the Mississauga Hospital Board of Directors; Chairman of the Mississauga Hospital Foundation Board of Directors; President of Port Credit Lions Club; President of Credit Valley Golf Club; President of Dixie Curling Club; Director of Griffith Island Club.
He was married to Mary Virginia Leuty and had five children: James McCormack, Megan Jane, Bruce Cameron, Drew Malcolm and Wesley Newman (July 21, 1962 to March 4, 1974).
- "OBITUARY John Cameron Pallett". The Globe and Mail. October 5, 1985.