Here are 28 famous musicians from Canada died before 40:
Steve Chiasson (April 14, 1967 Peterborough-May 3, 1999 Raleigh) was a Canadian ice hockey player.
He died as a result of traffic collision.
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Doug Wickenheiser (March 30, 1961 Regina-January 12, 1999 St. Louis) was a Canadian ice hockey player.
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Brian Spencer (September 3, 1949 Fort St. James-June 3, 1988 Riviera Beach) was a Canadian personality.
He died in firearm.
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Wade Belak (July 3, 1976 Saskatoon-August 31, 2011 Toronto) was a Canadian ice hockey player.
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Georges Vézina (January 21, 1887 Chicoutimi-March 27, 1926 Chicoutimi) a.k.a. Georges Vezina was a Canadian personality.
He died caused by tuberculosis.
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Edmond Yu (October 2, 1961-February 20, 1997) was a Canadian personality.
He died as a result of firearm.
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Gilles Villeneuve (January 18, 1950 Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu-May 8, 1982 Leuven) was a Canadian race car driver. He had one child, Jacques Villeneuve.
He died as a result of traffic collision.
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Sandra Schmirler (June 11, 1963 Biggar-March 3, 2000 Regina) was a Canadian personality.
She died as a result of cancer.
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Pitseolak Ashoona (April 5, 2015 Nottingham Island-May 28, 1983 Cape Dorset) also known as Pitseolak was a Canadian artist and visual artist.
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Marie Prevost (November 8, 1898 Sarnia-January 21, 1937 Hollywood) also known as Mary Prevost, Mary Bickford Dunn, Marie Provost or Marie Bickford Dunn was a Canadian actor.
She died caused by malnutrition.
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Jack Pickford (August 18, 1896 Toronto-January 3, 1933 Paris) a.k.a. John Charles Smith, Johnny Pickford, Jack Smith or John Carl Smith was a Canadian actor, film producer and film director.
He died in multiple neuritis.
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Arturo Gatti (April 15, 1972 Cassino-July 11, 2009 Ipojuca) a.k.a. Thunder was a Canadian professional boxer.
He died in murder.
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Corey Haim (December 23, 1971 Toronto-March 10, 2010 Burbank) also known as Corey Ian Haim, Cory Haim, Space Ace or The Haimster was a Canadian actor, film producer, musician and painter.
He died in drug overdose.
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Tom Thomson (August 5, 1877 Claremont-July 8, 1917 Canoe Lake) was a Canadian artist and visual artist.
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Archibald Lampman (November 17, 1861 Morpeth, Ontario-February 10, 1899 Ottawa) a.k.a. Lampman, Archibald was a Canadian screenwriter. His children are Natalie Charlotte, Arnold Gesner and Archibald Otto.
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David Reimer (August 22, 1965 Winnipeg-May 4, 2004 Ottawa) was a Canadian personality.
He died as a result of suicide.
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Scott Patterson (December 1, 1969-January 25, 2004) was a Canadian personality.
He died in traffic collision.
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Dwayne Goettel (February 1, 1964-August 23, 1995 Edmonton) also known as Dwayne Rudolph Goettel, Dwayne R. Goettel, aDuck or Goettel, Dwayne Rudolph was a Canadian keyboard player.
He died as a result of heroin overdose.
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George Dixon (July 29, 1870 Halifax Regional Municipality-January 6, 1908 New York City) was a Canadian professional boxer.
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Louis Slotin (December 1, 1910 Winnipeg-May 30, 1946 Los Alamos) was a Canadian physicist and chemist.
He died in acute radiation syndrome.
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Gordon Flowerdew (January 2, 1885 Billingford-March 31, 1918 Moreuil) was a Canadian soldier.
He died in died of wounds.
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Joe Hall (May 3, 1882 Staffordshire-April 5, 1919 Seattle) was a Canadian personality.
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Howie Morenz (September 21, 1902 Mitchell, Ontario-March 8, 1937 Montreal) was a Canadian ice hockey player.
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Test (March 17, 1975 Whitby-March 13, 2009 Tampa) also known as Andrew James Robert Patrick Martin, Andrew J. Martin, Andrew Martin, Andrew 'Test' Martin, Big Foot, Martin Kane, The Punisher or T.J. Thunder was a Canadian wrestler and actor.
He died as a result of chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
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Isaac Jogues (January 10, 1607 Orléans-October 18, 1646 Auriesville) was a Canadian personality.
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Glen Edwards (March 5, 1918 Medicine Hat-June 5, 1948 Edwards Air Force Base) was a Canadian personality.
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William George Barker (November 3, 1894 Dauphin-March 12, 1930 Ottawa) was a Canadian soldier.
He died in aviation accident or incident.
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Étienne Desmarteau (February 4, 1873 Boucherville-October 29, 1905 Montreal) was a Canadian personality.
He died caused by typhoid fever.
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