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NEW JUDGE APPOINTED IN MEADOW LAKE

Released on August 29, 2001

Earl Kalenith has been appointed a judge of the Provincial Court for Meadow

Lake.



"Judge Kalenith's experience as a prosecutor and Legal-Aid counsel, as well

as his background in civil, family and administrative law will be

tremendous assets in his new role as a Provincial Court judge," Justice and

Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Chris Axworthy said.



Judge Kalenith has served as a Senior Crown Prosecutor in Melfort since

1998. Prior to that, he spent 10 years as a staff solicitor with the

Saskatchewan Legal Aid Commission in Prince Albert and performed additional

duties as legal director starting in 1995.



Judge Kalenith received his Bachelor of Laws and his Bachelor of Arts

(Economics) from the University of Saskatchewan in 1983. He then practiced

law in Ashcroft, British Columbia, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and

Lloydminster, Alberta, becoming a member of the bar in all three provinces.



While taking an active interest in every community in which he has lived,

Judge Kalenith has volunteered with the Elizabeth Fry Society, Lloydminster

Kinsmen Club, Big Brothers, P.A. Mobile Crisis Unit and P.A. Child Abuse

Counsel, among others. He is also an avid sports and outdoors enthusiast.



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For more information, contact:



Jeff Bohach

Justice

Regina

Phone: (306) 787-5657

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