James Joseph Foy

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  1. William Cochrane (1891). The Canadian album : men of Canada; or, Success by example : in religion, patriotism, business, law, medicine, education and agriculture. Vol. 1. Brantford, Ontario: Bradley-Garretson. p. 112. Retrieved November 13, 2013.
  2. P.F.Cronin. "Early Catholic Journalism in Canada". Journal of the Canadian Catholic Historical Association. University of Manitoba. 3: 31–42. Retrieved November 13, 2013.
J.J. Foy
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Ontario MPP
In office
1914-1916

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