From CBC News:
Link: Canadian entertainer Gordie Tapp dead at 94
Canadian radio and television entertainer and former CBC broadcaster Gordie Tapp died Dec. 18 at 94.
Born in 1922 in London, Ont., Tapp was introduced to former U.S. president Gerald Ford as the “world’s funniest story-teller.” Moving from Guelph, Ont., to Hamilton to Toronto and on to Nashville, he reached millions of people worldwide with his humour. Continue reading.
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