Here are 19 famous musicians from Canada died at 76:
Hank Bassen (December 6, 1932 Calgary-May 29, 2009 Calgary) was a Canadian personality. He had one child, Bob Bassen.
He died caused by myocardial infarction.
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John A. Macdonald (January 11, 1815 Glasgow-June 6, 1891 Ottawa) also known as Sir John A. Macdonald, John Macdonald, John Alexander Macdonald or Sir John Alexander Macdonald was a Canadian politician and lawyer. He had three children, Hugh John Macdonald, John Alexander Macdonald Jr. and Margaret Mary Theodora Macdonald.
He died in stroke.
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R. B. Bennett (July 3, 1870 Hopewell Hill, New Brunswick-June 26, 1947 Mickleham) otherwise known as R.B. Bennett, Richard Bedford Bennett, 1st Viscount Bennett, Richard Bennett or R. B. Bennett, 1st Viscount Bennett was a Canadian lawyer and politician.
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Raymond Burr (May 21, 1917 New Westminster-September 12, 1993 Healdsburg) also known as Raymond William Stacey Burr, Raymond William Stacy Burr, Ray Burr or Ray was a Canadian actor, television director and teacher.
He died as a result of kidney cancer.
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Sidney Olcott (September 20, 1873 Toronto-December 16, 1949 Hollywood) a.k.a. John Sidney Alcott or Sid Olcott was a Canadian screenwriter, film director and actor.
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Alexander Tilloch Galt (September 6, 1817 Chelsea-September 19, 1893 Montreal) was a Canadian politician and diplomat.
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John Hanson (August 31, 1922 Oshawa-December 3, 1998 Shepperton) was a Canadian singer and actor.
His albums: John Hanson Sings the Vagabond King and the Student Prince, My Songs of Love for You and The Desert Song / The New Moon. Genres: Easy listening.
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Norval Morrisseau (March 14, 1931 Greenstone-December 4, 2007 Toronto) also known as Copper Thunderbird or Picasso of the North was a Canadian artist, painter and visual artist.
He died caused by parkinson's disease.
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John Hamilton Gray (June 14, 1811 Charlottetown-August 13, 1887) was a Canadian personality.
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Marc Favreau (November 9, 1929 Montreal-December 17, 2005) was a Canadian actor.
He died caused by cancer.
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Earl Thomson (February 15, 1895 Birch Hills-April 19, 1971) was a Canadian personality.
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Bud Olson (October 6, 1925 Iddesleigh, Alberta-February 14, 2002 Medicine Hat) was a Canadian personality.
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Norman Atkins (June 27, 1934 Montclair-September 28, 2010 Fredericton) was a Canadian businessperson.
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Harrison McCain (November 3, 1927 Florenceville-March 18, 2004) was a Canadian businessperson.
He died in renal failure.
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Alexander Warburton (April 5, 1852 Summerside-January 14, 1929) was a Canadian politician.
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William Dennison (January 20, 1905 Renfrew County-May 2, 1981) was a Canadian politician.
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William Machin Stairs (January 21, 1789 Halifax-November 28, 1865 Halifax) was a Canadian banker. His child is called John Fitzwilliam Stairs.
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May Irwin (June 27, 1862 Whitby-October 22, 1938 New York City) also known as Georgina May Campbell was a Canadian singer and actor. Her children are Harry Keller and Walter Keller.
She died as a result of bronchopneumonia.
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Charles Marcil (July 1, 1860-January 29, 1937) was a Canadian personality.
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