1868 – Born on February 1st in St-François, Qué. Canadian diplomat, physician, and politician.
1897 – Educated at Laval, Roy practiced medicine in Québec C, and after in and around Edmonton, where he worked to promote the interests of the French in the West.
1906 – He was a senator and then a pioneer in Canada’s foreign service.
1911 – Became the commissioner general at Paris, France.
1928 – Was the first envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary in Paris.
– The first Canadian ambassador to France.
1948 – Died on December 10th in Ottawa.