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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › John_CrosbieJohn Crosbie - Wikipedia

    John Carnell Crosbie, PC OC ONL QC (January 30, 1931 – January 10, 2020) was a Canadian provincial and federal politician who served as the 12th lieutenant governor of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.

  2. John Crosbie is a guitarist and singer who has played with various artists and toured the world. His website features his latest tracks, videos, biography and events. Listen to his live performances of songs like Home at last, I Need A Song, Right Next To You and more.

  3. John Carnell Crosbie, PC, OC, ONL, QC (* 30. Januar 1931 in St. John’s, Neufundland; † 10. Januar 2020) war ein kanadischer Politiker. Er gehörte mehrere Jahre lang der Provinzregierung von Neufundland und Labrador an. Anschließend war er von 1976 bis 1993 Abgeordneter im kanadischen Unterhaus.

  4. 16. Jan. 2020 · John Crosbie, a former provincial and federal minister, lieutenant-governor, and political icon in Newfoundland and Labrador, was remembered for his candour and dedication to political and family life. He died at 88 on Jan. 10, 2020. Dignitaries, politicians, family and friends gathered in St. John's to pay tribute to him at his state funeral.

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  5. 10. Jan. 2020 · John Crosbie, a firebrand of a politician who served in several federal cabinet portfolios and who played a dominant role in his beloved Newfoundland and Labrador for decades, has died. He was...

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  6. ABOUT - JOHN CROSBIE. With some career highlights playing with The Dugites, Stephen Cummings Band, Ross Hannaford, Joe Creighton, Joe Camilleri and the Jason Donovan world tour - John Crosbie's world class guitar style has thrilled crowds for more than 40 years. John grew up in Melbourne and country Victoria.