Auguste-Réal Angers

Sir Auguste-Réal Angers

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Senator for De la Vallière, Quebec
In office
16 December 1892 – 10 June 1896
Nominated by John Sparrow David Thompson
Preceded by Anselme-Homère Pâquet
Succeeded by Alfred Thibaudeau
6th Lieutenant Governor of Quebec
In office
29 October 1887 – 4 December 1892
Monarch Victoria
Governor General The Marquess of Lansdowne
The Lord Stanley of Preston
Premier Honoré Mercier
Charles Boucher de Boucherville
Preceded by Louis-Rodrigue Masson
Succeeded by Joseph-Adolphe Chapleau
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Montmorency
In office
14 February 1880 – 12 November 1880
Preceded by Pierre-Vincent Valin
Succeeded by Pierre-Vincent Valin
Member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Montmorency
In office
11 February 1874 – 14 February 1880
Preceded by Joseph Édouard Cauchon
Succeeded by Charles Langelier
Personal details
Born (1837-10-04)4 October 1837
Quebec City, Lower Canada
Died 14 April 1919(1919-04-14) (aged 81)
Westmount, Quebec, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Political party Provincial: Conservative
Federal: Conservative
Julie-Marguerite Chinic ( m. 1869)

Émélie Le Moine ( m. 1890)
Children 1 daughter and 2 sons
Residence Quebec City
Alma mater Université Laval
Occupation lawyer, judge
Profession politician
Cabinet Provincial:
Attorney General (1876-1878)
Solicitor General (1874-1876)
Minister of Agriculture (1892-1895)
President of the Privy Council (1896)

Sir Auguste-Réal Angers PC (4 October 1837 – 14 April 1919) was a Canadian judge and parliamentarian, holding seats both as a member of the House of Commons of Canada, and as a Senator. He was born in 1837 probably in Quebec City and died in Westmount, Quebec, in 1919.

He served in the cabinets of Sir John Sparrow David Thompson and Sir Mackenzie Bowell as Minister of Agriculture and as President of the Privy Council under Sir Charles Tupper. He also served as a Member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec after being elected in Montmorency in 1874 as a Conservative.

He was knighted in the 1913 New Year Honours.[1]


  1. ^ "The New Year Honours". The Times. The Times Digital Archive. 1 January 1913. p. 8.

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