Carmen Campagne Death | Canadian Singer-Song Writer Dies of Cancer

Carmen Campagne death news has shaken the Canadian Entertainment Industry. She was a singer, song writer and children’s entertainer and received a Juno Award at the 1989 Award ceremony. Campagne was born in Saskatchewan, and following a career as a teacher in her home province, she began writing and performing children’s songs in the late 1980s.

After moving to Quebec and she released some French-language albums until the mid-2000s. In 2003, when she came back to Western Canada, she released two more albums in 2010 and 2014 while teaching in Saskatchewan. She was quite famous for her work and her dedication showed her great results in her career. She is a singer who sold more than a million CDs and DVDs in Canada and France and proudly won four Felix Awards and a Parents’ Choice Award in the United States of America.

But despite all this, Cancer became the reason of her early death. She dies at the age of 58 but she left her mark on the world before leaving it.

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