Here are 26 famous musicians from Canada died at 73:
Andrew Macphail (November 24, 1864 Orwell, Prince Edward Island-September 23, 1938 Montreal) a.k.a. Dr. Andrew Macphail was a Canadian physician.
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Tommy Burns (June 17, 1881 Hanover-May 10, 1955 Vancouver) was a Canadian professional boxer.
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Jean-Charles Chapais (December 2, 1811 Rivière-Ouelle, Quebec-July 17, 1885 Ottawa) was a Canadian politician. He had one child, Thomas Chapais.
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Dorimène Roy Desjardins (September 17, 1858-June 14, 1932) also known as Dorimene Roy Desjardins was a Canadian personality.
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Harry Somers (September 11, 1925 Toronto-March 9, 1999 Toronto) a.k.a. Somers, Harry, Harry Stewart Somers or Harry Stewart Somers, CC was a Canadian composer.
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Emily Carr (December 13, 1871 Victoria-March 2, 1945 Victoria) was a Canadian writer, artist and visual artist.
She died in myocardial infarction.
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Robert Goulet (November 26, 1933 Lawrence-October 30, 2007 Los Angeles) also known as Robert Gerard Goulet was a Canadian singer, actor and voice actor. He had three children, Nicolette Goulet, Christopher Goulet and Michael Goulet.
His most well known albums: Greatest Hits, 36 All-Time Favorites, A Personal Christmas Collection, 16 Most Requested Songs, Wonderful World of Christmas, My Love, Forgive Me / Sincerely Yours, Camelot (1960 original Broadway cast) and Robert Goulet Sings. Genres he performed: Vocal music and Show tune.
He died caused by interstitial pulmonary fibrosis.
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Salli Terri (September 3, 1922 London-May 5, 1996) was a Canadian singer.
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Ernie Coombs (November 26, 1927 Lewiston-September 18, 2001 Pickering) also known as Ernest "Ernie" Arthur Coombs, Canada's Mr. Dress-Up or Ernest Coombs was a Canadian actor.
His albums include Wake Up Mr. Dressup! and Mr. Dress Up.
He died in stroke.
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James Woodsworth (May 3, 1843-January 1, 1917 Winnipeg) was a Canadian personality.
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Hugh Guthrie (August 13, 1866 Guelph-November 3, 1939 Ottawa) was a Canadian lawyer.
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Timothy Anglin (August 31, 1822 Clonakilty-May 4, 1896) was a Canadian politician. He had one child, Francis Alexander Anglin.
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Jean Pelletier (February 21, 1935 Québec-January 10, 2009) was a Canadian personality.
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Boss Johnson (December 10, 1890 Victoria-January 12, 1964 Victoria) was a Canadian personality.
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Charles Avery Dunning (July 31, 1885 Croft-October 1, 1958 Montreal) was a Canadian personality.
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George Isaac Smith (April 6, 1909 Nova Scotia-December 19, 1982 Truro) was a Canadian lawyer.
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Robert Taschereau (September 10, 1896 Quebec City-July 26, 1970 Montreal) was a Canadian lawyer and judge.
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John Roberts (November 28, 1933 Hamilton-March 30, 2007 Toronto) was a Canadian political scientist.
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Philip Carteret Hill (August 13, 1821 Halifax-September 15, 1894 Royal Tunbridge Wells) was a Canadian personality.
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George Anthony Walkem (November 15, 1834 Newry-January 13, 1908 Victoria) was a Canadian personality.
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Daniel Lionel Hanington (June 27, 1835 Shediac-May 5, 1909 Dorchester) was a Canadian judge.
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Stephan G. Stephansson (October 3, 1853 Skagafjörður-September 10, 1927) a.k.a. Stephan Stephansson was a Canadian personality.
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Philip Givens (April 22, 1922 Toronto-November 30, 1995 Toronto) also known as Judge Philip Givens was a Canadian judge, politician and lawyer.
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Ned Sparks (November 19, 1883 Guelph-April 3, 1957 Victorville) otherwise known as Edward Arthur Sparkman, Ned A. Sparks or Edward A. Sparkman was a Canadian actor and singer.
He died caused by bowel obstruction.
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Joseph Zuken (December 12, 1912-March 24, 1986) was a Canadian politician.
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Gilbert Parent (July 25, 1935 Mattawa-March 3, 2009 Toronto) was a Canadian teacher.
He died in pneumonia.
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