REPORTING · 16th May 2013
Following more than a decade without a Notary Public in Kitimat, this important service is returning to the community. The Society of Notaries Public of BC is pleased to announce that earlier this month Jacqueline Sweet, of Kitimat, was commissioned as a Notary Public, following successful completion of the Master of Arts in Applied Legal Studies Program at Simon Fraser University and practical training from the notary society. Sweet, who has lived in Kitimat for the last 18 years, will be opening her practice in June, offering much-needed services ranging from real estate transfers to wills to advance care planning.
Comment by Jacqueline Tait on 27th May 2013
I attended the Master's program and practical training with Jacqueline and I would like to share with everyone what an honest, intelligent, compassionate, hard-working and fun person she is. At our graduation ceremony she was presented with the award for the Most Inspiring Performance in all areas of the Notary Education Program. I can't think of a more deserving person than Jacqueline! She is going to make an excellent Notary and Kitimat is very lucky to have her! Congratulations Jacqueline!
What an accomplishment!
Comment by Laura Taylor on 21st May 2013
Congratulations to Jacqueline. All your hard work over the last 2 years has paid off. Not only did you work full time (6 days per week), you were a mom and a wife during your 2 year Master Degree. Your commitment to this program was an inspiration to all. Your family and friends are so proud of you Jackie!
Comment by Go Getter on 16th May 2013
I love stories like this.