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September 27

The following significant events, births and deaths took place on September 27.


  • September 27, 1972- Lester Bowles 'Mike' Pearson 1897-1972 dies in Ottawa at the age of 75; buried at Wakefield, Quebec; Canada's 14th Prime Minister from 1963 to 1968.
  • September 27, 1943 -Randy Bachman was born. Randy Bachman is a rock & roll singer/guitarist, songwriter and music producer. Bachman was one of the key leaders of the Canadian Winnipeg supergroup called "The Guess Who".
  • September 27, 1918 - Arthur William Currie 1875-1933 leads Canadian troops in a three day offensive against the Canal du Nord, outflanking the last section of the Germans' defensive Hindenburg Line. Canadians capture over 7,000 prisoners and 205 heavy guns. Germans abandon the line and continue retreating east, finally signing the Armistice November 11.
  • September 27, 1759 Québec City, Quebec - First Protestant religious service on record in Québec.


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