Canadian scientists | Wikipedia audio article

Canadian scientists | Wikipedia audio article

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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Canadians


00:00:16 1 Architects
00:06:22 2 Artists
00:06:31 2.1 Actors
00:06:40 2.2 Animators
00:07:02 2.3 Broadcasters
00:07:11 2.4 Musicians
00:07:20 2.5 Visual arts
00:07:30 2.5.1 Cartoonists
00:11:03 3 Astronauts
00:12:33 4 Athletes
00:12:43 5 Businesspeople and entrepreneurs
00:22:48 6 Criminals and suspects
00:27:48 6.1 Wrongfully convicted or lynched
00:28:44 7 Directors
00:28:53 8 Educators
00:34:23 9 Environmentalists
00:34:38 10 Fashion
00:37:00 11 Humanitarians
00:39:38 12 Inventors
00:46:01 13 Law
00:46:18 14 Media
00:51:45 15 Medical
00:57:52 16 Military figures
01:09:16 17 Monarchs and Canadian Royal Family
01:09:37 18 Magicians
01:10:49 19 Musicians
01:10:59 20 Politicians
01:17:42 20.1 Provincial premiers
01:18:32 20.2 Territorial premiers
01:18:55 20.3 First Nations leaders
01:22:35 21 Producers
01:22:44 22 Religious figures
01:22:55 22.1 Martyrs
01:24:20 22.2 Religious community leaders
01:28:51 22.3 Religious cult figures
01:29:14 23 Scholars
01:32:02 24 Scientists
01:43:37 25 Singers
01:43:46 26 Viceroys
01:44:48 27 Writers
01:44:58 28 Other personalities
01:49:08 29 Fictional
01:51:14 30 Other



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Speaking Rate: 0.7174192293194818
Voice name: en-GB-Wavenet-C


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- Socrates


SUMMARY
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This is a list of Canadians, people who are identified with Canada through residential, legal, historical, or cultural means, grouped by their area of notability.

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