Doyle, Jim

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Doyle, Jim

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b. October 28, 1943


Jim Doyle is a British Columbian politician and former MLA. Born in Northern Ireland, he worked in Australia for a time before moving to Canada in 1967. He was elected a municipal councillor for the town of Golden in 1976, re-elected in 1978 and 1980, and served his first run as mayor from 1981 to 1990. During his first few decades of politics he also had a 24-year career with the Canadian Pacific Railway. Doyle became MLA for Columbia River-Revelstoke in 1991 and retained this position through two terms. He served as Minister of Municipal Affairs from 1999 until his election defeat in 2001, with the exception of a brief interlude in 2000 when he was Minister of Forests. After this, Doyle returned to municipal politics and served as mayor of Golden again from 2002 to 2008.


Golden, BC
Columbia River-Revelstoke
Northern Ireland

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Employee with the Canadian Pacific Railway
Municipal councillor for Golden (1976-1980)
Mayor of Golden (1981-1990, 2002-2008)
MLA for Columbia River-Revelstoke (1991-2001)
Minister of Municipal Affairs (1991-2000, 2000-2001)
Minister of Forests (2000)

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March 14, 2019




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