Your MP for Charlottetown
Sean Casey was Managing Partner of the Charlottetown law firm of Stewart McKelvey. He joined Stewart McKelvey in 1989, becoming a Partner in 1993. He was appointed as Queen’s Counsel in 2008. From 2003-2008, Sean worked with the family business, Paderno, as President of the Paderno Group of Companies. He worked extensively in strategic planning, financial management, operations and human resources. Sean elected to return to Stewart McKelvey and was named Managing Partner in 2008. Always active at work and in his community, Sean has been President of the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce, chair of the Canadian Soccer Association National Appeals Committee, as well as Chair of Spud Minor Hockey Tournament. He has also volunteered with Holy Redeemer Church, the Canadian Soccer Association, Charlottetown Minor Hockey Association, Winsloe West Royalty Soccer Club, the PEI Marathon, and was an advisor on The Entrepreneur’s Forum A graduate of St. Francis Xavier and Dalhousie universities, Sean resides in West Royalty with his wife, Kathleen, and their two sons, Ryan and Dean. Sean is a keen sports fan, golfer and runner.
House of Commons
75 Fitzroy Street Suite 201
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Your Candidate for Charlottetown
Sean Casey is the Liberal candidate and current Member of Parliament for Charlottetown. Sean is a lawyer by trade, having dedicated fifteen years of his life to working as a Partner with Stewart McKelvey before entering federal politics in 2011. In 2008, he became Managing Partner of Stewart McKelvey and was appointed as Queen’s Counsel that same year. In addition to his extensive work as a lawyer, Sean has been an active member of his community for many years. He has dedicated himself to supporting economic initiatives both in Charlottetown and abroad, serving as President of the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce and as Chair of First Angel Network, an organization dedicated to helping emerging Atlantic businesses and entrepreneurs get off the ground. An avid sports fan, Sean has been actively involved as a volunteer with a number of local youth sports organizations, including the Charlottetown Minor Hockey Organization and the Canadian Soccer Association, where he served as Chair of the National Appeals Committee. Sean was elected to the House of Commons in 2011 and now serves as the Liberal Critic for Justice. He is married to Kathleen Casey, an MLA in Prince Edward Island.