|Preceded by||Joe Tascona|
|Succeeded by||Rod Jackson|
|Member of the Canadian Parliament
|Preceded by||Ed Harper|
|Succeeded by||Patrick Brown|
June 1, 1944 |
Halifax, Nova Scotia
|Spouse(s)||D. Kevin Carroll|
Margaret Aileen Carroll, PC, (born June 1, 1944) is a former politician in Ontario, Canada. She was a member of the House of Commons from 1997 to 2006 who represented the ridings of Barrie—Simcoe—Bradford and Barrie. She served in the cabinet of Prime Minister Paul Martin as Minister for International Cooperation. From 2007 to 2011 she was a Liberal member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. She served in the cabinet of Premier Dalton McGuinty as Minister of Culture.
Carroll has a Bachelor of Arts from Saint Mary's University (1965) and a Bachelor of Education from York University (1989). She was a partner in a small manufacturing and retail business. Carroll's husband, D. Kevin Carroll, Q.C., is the President of the Canadian Bar Association from 2009-2010. They have two grown children, Daniel and Joanna.
In 1997, Carroll won the Liberal nomination for the newly created riding of Barrie—Simcoe—Bradford. She went on to win the 1997 election with a sizable margin, and was re-elected again in 2000. She was elected in 2004 in the newly created riding of Barrie.
Carroll served as Parliamentary Secretary of Foreign Affairs from 2001 to 2003. Carroll was appointed as Minister for International Cooperation, responsible for the Canadian International Development Agency, when Paul Martin became Prime Minister on December 12, 2003. She retained that portfolio until the Liberals were defeated in 2006, when she lost her seat to her 2004 challenger Patrick Brown.
|27th Ministry – Cabinet of Paul Martin|
|Cabinet Post (1)|
|Susan Whelan||Minister for International Cooperation
In 2007 she ran as the Liberal candidate in the provincial riding of Barrie for the 2007 provincial election and defeated incumbent MPP Joe Tascona. She was appointed to provincial cabinet of Premier Dalton McGuinty as Minister of Culture and as Minister Responsible for Seniors shortly after that election. She was relieved of her cabinet posts in January 2010. In 2011, she announced she would not run for re-election in the riding of Barrie.
After her term as an MLA she continued her association with the Liberal party serving as vice president to the Barrie riding association. In 2012, she supported Kathleen Wynne in the 2013 leadership election.
|Provincial Government of Dalton McGuinty|
|Cabinet Post (1)|
|Caroline DiCocco||Minister of Culture
Also Responsible for Seniors
|Canadian federal election, 1997: Barrie—Simcoe—Bradford|
|Progressive Conservative||John Trotter||10,735||19.82|
|New Democratic||Peggy McComb||2,580||4.76|
|Christian Heritage||Dan Vander Kooi||421||0.78|
|Canadian Action||Ian Woods||327||0.60|
|Canadian federal election, 2000: Barrie—Simcoe—Bradford|
|Progressive Conservative||Jane MacLaren||7,588||13.92|
|New Democratic||Keith Lindsay||2,385||4.38|
|Canadian Action||Ian Woods||387||0.71|
|Christian Heritage||Brian K. White||234||0.43|
|Canadian federal election, 2004: Barrie|
|New Democratic||Peter Bursztyn||5,312||10.7%|
|Canadian federal election, 2006: Barrie|
|New Democratic||Peter Bursztyn||6,984||12.2%||+1.5%||$14,496|
|Progressive Conservative||Joe Tascona||18,167||39.22%||-12.56%|
|New Democratic||Larry Taylor||3,700||7.99%||-1.27%|
|Family Coalition||Roberto Sales||173||0.27%||-0.45%|
|Independent||Daniel Gary Predie||77||0.17%||*|
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- Aileen Carroll – Parliament of Canada biography
- Ontario Legislative Assembly Parliamentarian History