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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Prince Edward Island has appointed Jessie Frost-Wicks as its new ethics and integrity commissioner on a five-year time period.
She’ll be tasked with holding provincial authorities members accountable for all actions in addition to overseeing all governance issues.
A former lawyer of 27 years between numerous authorities departments, she was additionally the provincial public trustee from 2018 till she retired in 2021.
“We’re very happy to have her on this place and I do know her intensive expertise within the numerous authorized roles she held whereas working within the public service for over 20 years, can be invaluable,” stated Premier Dennis King.
Frost-Wicks assumed the function on Sept. 18, taking up for former and first-ever commissioner Shauna Sullivan Curley who served within the function for over eight years.
The place was created in 2015 with the aim of strengthening public confidence that working within the provincial workplace is held to excessive requirements of ethics and integrity.