Jennifer Broderick has been appointed The Crown Attorney – from John Sotirakos Director Central East Region MAG

I am pleased to announce that Jennifer Broderick has been appointed The Crown Attorney for The Counties of Kawartha Lakes (Victoria) and Haliburton.  Jennifer joined the Ministry of the Attorney General in 2001 as an Assistant Crown Attorney in the Lindsay Crown Attorneys Office.  She is an exceptional trial lawyer and a principled individual with excellent management and human resource skills. 

Jennifer was born and raised in Lindsay and has been committed to the Counties of Kawartha Lakes and Haliburton on both a professional and volunteer basis.  In the past, her community work has included the Kawartha Lakes and Haliburton Childrens Aid Society, the Community Mental Health Association, and the Women’s Resources Centre.  Over the last 3 years, Jennifer has participated in a number of leadership and management courses and as the Acting Crown Attorney, she has earned the full support of my office and the Assistant Deputy Attorney General’s office.   By this appointment the senior leadership of our prosecution service is confident in Jennifer’s ability to manage and lead the Attorney General’s prosecution team in Kawartha Lakes and Haliburton. 

Congratulations to Jennifer and the entire Lindsay Crown Attorneys Office.

 

 

 

 

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Where would you go tonight if you suddenly found yourself homeless?

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Start with joining I.E. Weldon’s We Team (a student activism club) Friday night, January 10th at Victoria Park in Lindsay as they brave the night in the cold so that you won’t have to. 

I.E. Weldon’s We Team, in partnership with A Place Called Home will be hosting an event called “1 Night Out” to raise both awareness and financial assistance to aid our local homeless.  

The We Team, A Place Called Home, and officers with the City of Kawartha Lakes Police Service will commence creating a “tent city” on Friday afternoon whereby participants will be accompanied by local musicians, story tellers and other entertainment throughout the night.  Join us for a hockey game on the rink, or just warm up by the fire. 

With your participation, we can have a thriving overnight community and succeed in raising funds and awareness of our homeless.  

For more information visit: www.apch.ca/1nightout

(Depicted in the photograph is Joey Decunha and Lauren Nagel of I.E. Weldon’s We Team, along with Sergeant Terry Cox and Constable Jeff Wentworth of the City of Kawartha Lakes Police Service)