Living with his dad and step mom in 1911 census for Fitzroy. Birth month listed as Dec. there. He is listed as a farmer.
In the 1916 census, Albert, his wife Jessie, and brother Harvey (as well as two workers, Cecil West of Ontario, and William Belb(something) from Russia), were farming in Manitoba, W1, Township 13, Range 9 (Portage La Prairie district).
Between the 1916 and 1921 census, he must have stayed near Francis, Saskatchwan for awhile, as his two kids were born there (southeast of Regina - pretty well due west from Portage La Prairie).
By the 1921 census, Albert, his wife Jessie, 2 kids (William E. and Mary E.) are living in St. Andrews, Saskatchewan, farming Section 9, Township 30, Range 13, W3 meridian (just east of Rosetown). His brother Harry P. is working for him at the time as well.
His obituary (not sure of the source):
Albert L. Boyle Dies at his Home in Pakenham (Aug 29, 1957)ARNPRIOR, Sept. 3.- (Special)Albert Leonard Boyle widely known resident of Pakenham died at his home following a lengthy illness.He was 69 years of age. Mr. Boyle was born in Fitzroy township in 1887. He was educated in Fitzroy and farmed during his entire. For 35 years he farmed in Saskatchewan and returned to Pakenham in 1951.He was a member of the Pakenham United Church . He was married in 1916 at Pakenham. Surviving, besideshis wife is one son W. E. Boyle, Vancouver, one daughter, Margaret Boyle at home; two brothers,R. Irwin Boyle, Pembroke, H. P. Boyle, Montreal; two sisters, Mary Boyle of Ottawa and Mrs. R. S. Sparrow,Antrim. The funeral was from the Boyce funeral home where service was conducted by Rev. D. H. Woodhouseof Grace St. Andrews United Church, Arnprior. Interment was in the Pakenham United cemetery.