Jim Manly was born 1932 in Saskatchewan, and moved with his family to Nanaimo in 1943. Ordained by the United Church in 1957, he served as minister in northern B.C., Vancouver Island, Ottawa and Vancouver before retiring in 1997. From 1980 to 1988 he was the NDP Member of Parliament for Cowichan-Malahat-the Islands. He was NDP critic for Indian Affairs, Fisheries and Oceans, and International Development. Jim and his wife Eva continue to be active in their community with a focus on First Nations issues, the environment and Palestine/Israel with Mid-Islanders for Justice & Peace in the Middle East and United Network for Justice & Peace in Palestine/Israel.
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