Here are 19 famous musicians from Canada died at 75:
Alexander Graham Bell (March 3, 1847 Edinburgh-August 2, 1922 Beinn Bhreagh, Nova Scotia) also known as Bell, Alexander Graham was a Canadian inventor, physicist, entrepreneur, businessperson, scientist, engineer and professor. He had four children, Elsie Bell, Marian Hubbard Bell, Edward Bell and Robert Bell.
He died in pernicious anemia.
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Lester B. Pearson (April 23, 1897 York-December 27, 1972 Ottawa) a.k.a. Lester Pearson, Lester Bowles Pearson or Dr. Lester B. Pearson was a Canadian soldier, politician, college administrator, physician, historian and diplomat. His child is called Geoffrey Pearson.
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William Lyon Mackenzie King (December 17, 1874 Kitchener-July 22, 1950 Chelsea) was a Canadian lawyer, journalist, economist, politician, author and civil servant.
He died in pneumonia.
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Charles Christie (April 13, 1880 London-October 1, 1955 Hollywood) a.k.a. Charles H.V. Christie was a Canadian film director and film producer.
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Del Lord (October 7, 1894 Grimsby-March 23, 1970 Calabasas) a.k.a. Delmer Lord or Delmar Lord was a Canadian film director, screenwriter and film producer. His child is called Del Lord Jr..
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David Bromige (October 22, 1933 London-June 3, 2009 Sebastopol) was a Canadian personality.
He died in myocardial infarction.
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Bernie Geoffrion (February 14, 1931 Montreal-March 11, 2006 Atlanta) a.k.a. Joseph André Bernard Geoffrion, Boom Boom, Joseph André Bernard "Boom Boom" Geoffrion, Bernie or Boum-Boum was a Canadian ice hockey player.
He died caused by stomach cancer.
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Félix d'Herelle (April 25, 1873 Montreal-February 22, 1949 Paris) also known as Felix d'Herelle was a Canadian microbiologist.
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Howard Ferguson (June 18, 1870 Kemptville-February 21, 1946 Toronto) was a Canadian personality.
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Henry Hicks (March 5, 1915 Bridgetown-December 9, 1990 Aylesford) was a Canadian lawyer.
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John A. Gamble (November 24, 1933 Perth-May 11, 2009 Markham) otherwise known as John Gamble was a Canadian personality.
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George Ignatieff (December 16, 1913 Saint Petersburg-August 10, 1989) also known as George Pavlovich Ignatieff was a Canadian diplomat. He had one child, Michael Ignatieff.
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Peter Mitchell (January 4, 1824 Newcastle-October 24, 1899 Montreal) was a Canadian personality.
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Robert Haythorne (December 2, 1815-May 7, 1891) was a Canadian personality.
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John Walter Jones (April 14, 1878 Prince Edward Island-March 31, 1954 Ottawa) was a Canadian politician.
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Fred Rose (December 7, 1907 Lublin-March 16, 1983 Warsaw) was a Canadian personality.
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Larry McCormick (January 4, 1940 Stone Mills-April 5, 2015) was a Canadian personality.
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William Henry Wright (April 21, 1876 England-September 20, 1951) was a Canadian geologist.
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John Stanley Plaskett (November 17, 1865 East Zorra-Tavistock-October 17, 1941 Esquimalt) was a Canadian astronomer. He had one child, Harry Hemley Plaskett.
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