Jim Bagnall

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Jim Bagnall
MLA for Montague-Kilmuir
In office
November 27, 1996 – October 18, 2011
Preceded by First Member
Succeeded by Allen Roach
Personal details
Born Bedeque, Prince Edward Island
Political party Progressive Conservative
Spouse(s) Eileen Bagnall
Residence Montague, PEI
Occupation Store Manager

Jim Bagnall is a Canadian politician, who was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island in the 1996 provincial election. Bagnall is married to Eileen (Craig) Bagnall. They have 4 kids, Douglas, Craig, Tara and Tanya. He represented the electoral district of Montague-Kilmuir as a member of the Progressive Conservative Party. In June 2010, he was named interim leader of the Progressive Conservatives after Olive Crane resigned to run for the party's permanent leadership in the October 2010 convention.[1]

A former retail store owner, Bagnall served on the town council for Montague from 1990 to 1996.[2] He served in the provincial cabinet at Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Aquaculture.

References[edit]

  • "Bagnall, Jim". Telephone Directory. Government of Prince Edward Island. Retrieved 2009-06-13. 
  1. ^ Bagnall named interim leader
  2. ^ O'Handley, K Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 2000 ISBN 0-7876-3560-X
Political offices
Preceded by
Olive Crane (interim)
Interim Leader of the Prince Edward Island Progressive Conservative Party
June 2010 - October 2010
Succeeded by
Olive Crane
Preceded by
Olive Crane
Leader of the Opposition
June 2010 - October 2010
Succeeded by
Olive Crane