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Released on May 6, 2002

Anna Maria Crugnale-Reid has been appointed a judge of the Provincial Court

for Moose Jaw.

"Judge Crugnale-Reid's extensive knowledge of family, criminal,

administrative, labour and employment law will serve her well in her new

role as a Provincial Court judge," Justice Minister Chris Axworthy said.

Judge Crugnale-Reid received her Bachelor of Laws from the University of

Saskatchewan in 1980. She began her practise of law with the firm of Toews

Kaufman and in 1982 accepted a position as staff lawyer with the

Saskatchewan Legal Aid Commission in Regina where she was engaged in

criminal defense until 1983. Since then, Judge Crugnale-Reid has practised

law with the firm of Rath Johnson Hart in Regina and she continued to

practise as a partner with its successor firm Gerrand Rath Johnson.

Judge Crugnale-Reid has been active in her community with a particular

interest in the cultural diversity of the province. She has also served as

the Consular Correspondent for Italy.


For more information, contact:

Ian Wagner

Saskatchewan Provincial Court


Phone: (306) 787-9602

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