Doyle is a proud father, abiding community advocate and MLA for Cumberland.
Of Métis ancestry, Doyle was born and raised in Prince Albert. Early on, he worked for the family forestry company and in the service industry. Well before his election in 2008, he won a reputation as a dedicated voice for northern people. He was a longtime board member and chair for the Northern Lights School Division. He chaired the Gabriel Dumont Institute and was an alderman for Air Ronge. He participated in different community service clubs, the La Ronge Elks and the Parent Council of the Gordon Denny Community School. He served on the boards of the Keewatin Career Development Corporation, the Saskatchewan Water Corporation and the Jim Brady Métis Local #19, remaining on the board of the Kikinahk Friendship Centre today. Through these positions he completed governance and leadership courses and proudly served his community. He and his wife Sandra have a blended family that call the La Ronge region home.