L'Événement-Journal

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L'Événement-Journal was a daily Canadian newspaper in Quebec City, Quebec. It was founded by Hector Fabre in 1867 with the name L'Événement. Fabre sold the paper in 1883.[1] In 1936 it was purchased by Jacob Nicol, the owner of Le Soleil. In 1938 the paper merged with Le Journal to become L'Événement-Journal.[2] The paper's last publication was on 3 March 1967.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hector Fabre". Dictionary of Canada Biography Online. 
  2. ^ "Jacob NICOL". Assemblée nationale du Québec (in French). 
  3. ^ Québec since 1930 By Paul-André Linteau, James Lorimer & Company, 1991, pg 558