Prince Edward Island Progressive Conservative Party

District 6 – James Aylward

Stratford – Kinlock

Opposition House Leader
902-368-4360 | jsjaylward@assembly.pe.ca

MLA Critic Areas

  • Health and Wellness
  • Tourism and Culture
  • Education and Early Childhood Development
  • Aboriginal Affairs
  • Status of Women

PC MLA - James Aylward - District 6 - Stratford-KinlockJames Aylward has been involved in the Provincial PC Association for many years and has served as Past President & V.P. of Stratford-Kinlock District 6, which he once again proudly represents.

James was raised in Sherwood where his parents Bill and Elizabeth have resided for 46 years. Stratford is where he has called home for the past 15 years and proudly lives at 22 Marjorie Crescent with his wife Cece and son Connor.

James has worked in the service industry for the last 32 years. First for Canadian Pacific Hotels & Resorts both here in Charlottetown and in Alberta, followed by 12 years at the Confederation Centre of the Arts and for the past 3 years at UPEI.His personal and professional experiences display James’ commitment to community, as a board member of the Canadian Cancer Society, Chair of the 2011 Queens County Relay for Life, as well as his work for the Terry Fox Foundation, Camp Gencheff, and the Liturgical Ministries at Our Lady of the Assumption Parish.James also sits on the Holland College Advisory Committee and has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, the Upper Room Food Bank and the Parkdale/Sherwood Lions Club.

Stratford is the fastest growing community in Prince Edward Island and requires a government representative who is accessible and dedicated to championing the diverse concerns of all residents. It is James’ goal to serve the people of Stratford-Kinlock in this capacity, while exhibiting a level of professionalism and respect that the constituents expect from their representative.

Having met with many Stratford-Kinlock residents, James plans to address voiced concerns regarding the lack of available school resources for children with learning disabilities, property taxes, electricity rates, health care and wait lists for a family doctor, lack of government integrity and transparency, the inability to meet with elected officials and excessive provincial debt.


  • Worked in the service industry for the last 32 years
  • Board Member of the Canadian Cancer Society
  • Chair of the 2011 Queens County Relay for Life
  • Volunteered with The Terry Fox Foundation, Camp Gencheff, and the Liturgical Ministries at Our Lady of the Assumption Parish
  • Holland College Advisory Committee Member
  • Volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, the Upper Room Food Bank and the Parkdale/Sherwood Lions Club

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