Linda Frum (born 1963) is a Canadian journalist. She is the daughter of Murray and Barbara Frum, and the sister of David Frum.
Born in Toronto, Ontario, she attended Havergal College and received a Bachelor of Arts degree from McGill University in 1984.
She has authored two books, Linda Frum's Guide to Canadian Universities (1987, with an updated edition published in 1990) and Barbara Frum: A Daughter's Memoir (1996). Both books were Canadian bestsellers. She is a former contributing editor to Maclean's.
She has served as a volunteer for many community organizations, including three years as a board member of the Ontario Arts Council. In 2005 she was Chair of the Women's Division of UJA. She lives in Toronto with her husband Howard Sokolowski, a real estate developer and co-owner of the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. In 2006, she and her husband received the Human Relations Award from the Canadian Council of Christians and Jews.
A columnist with the National Post from 1998 to 2002, she returned as a weekly columnist in 2006.