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PEI NOTES: Basil Stewart – Summerside’s Longest Serving Mayor Wants His Job Back

Oct 26, 2018 | Politics

By Andy Walker

Summerside’s longest serving mayor trying a comeback

For close to three decades, Basil Stewart was a key player in Prince Edward Island’s world of municipal politics.

Basil Stewart prepares to hit the campaign trail in preparation for the Summerside municipal election Nov. 5. He was mayor from 1985 to 2014 and wants the job back. (Andy Walker

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