1 Early life and career 2 Political career 3 Later life 4 Works 5 References 6 External links
Early life and career
Royal studied at St. Mary's Jesuit college in Montreal. His early
publishing career included a term as editor of Montreal's Minerve from
1857 to 1859. He then founded and published other Montreal-based
publications such as L'Ordre (1859–1860), La Revue Canadienne (1864)
and Le Nouveau Monde (1867, editor-in-chief). Soon after moving to
Manitoba, Royal founded Le Metis and operated that publication from
1871 to 1882 after which its new owner changed its title to Le
His legal career began in
Vie Politique de Sir Louis H Lafontaine (1864) La Vallée de la Mantawa (Montreal, 1869) Le Canada, république ou colonie? (Montreal, 1894) Histoire du Canada 1841 à 1867 (Montreal, 1909) – published after death
^ a b c d Gemmill, J. A. (1889). Canadian Parliamentary Companion. J
Durie and Son.
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"Joseph Royal". Dictionary of Canadian Biography (online ed.). University of Toronto Press. 1979–2016.
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