1870 – Born on the 22nd of October in Berthier-en-Bas, Que., Canada.
– Joseph Camille Roy critic and literary historian, noted as an authority on the development of French Canadian literature.
1894 – Ordained a Roman Catholic priest, Roy received a doctorate from Laval University in Quebec that same year
– Pursued studies at the Catholic Institute of Paris and at the Sorbonne.
– He taught French literature at Roy, Camille.
1943 – Died on the 24th of June in Quebec.