James Malcolm (politician)
James Malcolm, – December 6, 1935) was a Canadian politician.(July 14, 1880
|Member of the Canadian Parliament|
for Bruce North
|Preceded by||Hugh Clark|
|Succeeded by||District was abolished in 1933|
|Born||July 14, 1880|
Kincardine, Ontario, Canada
|Died||December 6, 1935 55)(aged|
|Cabinet||Minister of Trade and Commerce (1926-1930)|
|Committees||Chair, Special Committee on Civil Service Act (1923)|
In 1905 at the age of 16, Malcolm married Ethel A. Swan whom he lived with in Kincardine.
Malcolm's father owned and operated a furniture company in Kincardine, Ontario. Malcolm and his brother joined their father's company in which Malcolm become chairman and ran the Kincardine factory.
Malcolm was the first Canadian to make a public address by Trans-Atlantic telephone in 1928.
In 1923, Malcolm purchased a large mansion in Kincardine. The building still stands today as a retirement residence and bares the name 'Malcolm Place' in his honour.
James Dew Chaplin
| Minister of Trade and Commerce
Henry Herbert Stevens