1904 in Canada
Events from the year 1904 in Canada.
Full date unknown
January to June
July to December
- July 22 – Donald O. Hebb, psychologist (d.1985)
- August 15 – George Klein, inventor (d. 1992)
- September 7 – Matthew Halton, radio and television journalist (d.1956)
- September 14 – Frank Amyot, sprint canoer and Olympic gold medalist (d.1962)
- September 23 – Geoffrey Waddington, conductor
- September 29 – Robert Legget, civil engineer, historian and non-fiction writer (d.1994)
- October 20 – Tommy Douglas, politician and Premier of Saskatchewan (d.1986)
- November 18 – Jean Paul Lemieux, painter (d.1990)
- November 26 – Armand Frappier, physician and microbiologist (d.1991)
- December 18 – Wilf Carter, country music singer, songwriter, guitarist and yodeller (d.1996)
- December 25 – Gerhard Herzberg, physicist and physical chemist (d.1999)
- December 28 – Bobbie Rosenfeld, athlete and Olympic gold medalist (d.1969)
- December 29 – Léo Gauthier, politician (d.1964)
Deaths Arturo Chini Ludueña
Arturo Chini Ludueña (name also spelled Artur Quini Ludueña; born October 21, 1904 in Cañada de Gómez; died in 1993) was an Argentine professional footballer who played as a striker. He held Italian citizenship and played for the Italian national B team.
He played for 5 seasons (115 games, 34 goals) in the Serie A for A.S. Roma.
His nickname was "L'avvocato" ("The Lawyer") as he had a degree in law. Chambord meteorite
Chambord is an iron meteorite found in Quebec.
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