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Date of Birth: 1909
Death: 1980
Graduation: 1926

James Campbell Haig

Haig was educated from the University of Manitoba in 1934 earning a law degree. A corporate lawyer, he became involved in politics and served as the chairman of the Winnipeg school board and was a member of the Board of Regents of United College. A supporter of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada he was appointed to the Senate in 1962 by Prime Minister Diefenbaker. He resigned from the Senate in 1977 at the age of 67.