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2019 in History

Events in History

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  • Jan 1 Qatar withdraws from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) after 57 years of membership
  • Jan 1 Same-sex marriage becomes legal in Austria

Event of interestEvent of Interest

Jan 1 Jair Bolsonaro begins his 4 year term as President of Brazil

President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro
President of Brazil
Jair Bolsonaro
  • Jan 1 Qatar introduces a 100% tax on alcohol and other "health-damaging goods", doubling the price of alcohol, tobacco, energy drinks and pork in the oil-rich, predominantly Muslim nation
  • Jan 1 Millions of women create a 300 mile 'Women's Wall' across state of Kerala, India, in support of women's access to temple of Sabarimala

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Jan 2 Apple CEO Tim Cook blames below expectation Chinese iPhone sales for downturn in company's outlook, rocking international stock markets

CEO of Apple Tim Cook
CEO of Apple
Tim Cook
  • Jan 2 Two women become the first to ever enter India's Sabarimala shrine in Kerala State, after law change, prompting protests
  • Jan 3 Archaeologists in Mexico announce discovery of pre-Aztec temple to god Xipe Tótec in Puebla state (dated 900-1150 AD)
  • Jan 3 Chinese Chang'e-4 spacecraft becomes the first ever to touch down on the far side of the Moon

Electoral defeatElection of Interest

Jan 3 116th US Congress convenes in Washington, D.C., electing Nancy Pelosi Speaker of the House of Representatives for the second time

US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi
US Speaker of the House
Nancy Pelosi
  • Jan 4 Thailand's worst storm in 30 years, Tropical Storm Pabuk makes landfall on country's east coast
  • Jan 5 Orthodox Church of Ukraine granted independence from the Russian Orthodox Church by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew
  • Jan 5 Chinese government report predicts China's population will peak at 1.44 billion in 2029 before declining
  • Jan 6 Record $3.1 million (333.6 million yen) price for giant bluefin tuna at Tokyo's Toyosu fish market bought by sushi restaurant owner Kiyoshi Kimura
  • Jan 6 Malaysian king Sultan Muhammad V abdicates after two years of rule in historic first
  • Jan 7 Attempted coup in Gabon fails after rebel soldiers overtake national radio station in Libreville

  • Jan 7 Tennessee woman Cyntoia Brown, convicted for murdering a man aged 16, granted clemency by Governor Bill Haslam
  • Jan 7 College Football, National Championship, Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara: #2 Clemson beats #1 Alabama, 44-16
  • Jan 7 Amazon overtakes Microsoft to become the world's most valuable listed company for the first time, worth $797 billion
  • Jan 9 Car manufacture Hyundai unveils a model of a proposed walking car, for first responders, in Las Vegas

Event of interestEvent of Interest

Jan 9 US President Donald Trump makes Oval Office address live on TV over government shutdown and border wall

45th US President, Businessman and TV Personality Donald Trump
45th US President, Businessman and TV Personality
Donald Trump
  • Jan 9 California's monarch butterfly count drops by 86% according to 2018 census
  • Jan 10 Canadian astronomers report fast radio bursts (FRBs) of probable extragalactic origin, one repeating six times at the CHIME observatory, British Columbia
  • Jan 10 Opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi proclaimed winner in Democratic Republic of the Congo presidency elections in a disputed result
  • Jan 10 Oceans warming faster than previous thought due to fossil fuel burning, according to data published in journal "Science"
  • Jan 10 13 year-old Jayme Closs escapes her kidnapper after 3 months in captivity in Wisconsin
  • Jan 12 18 year-old Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun arrives in Toronto, Canada, as a refugee, via Thailand, after escaping family abuse in Saudi Arabia
  • Jan 14 US President Donald Trump denies he is a Russian agent after NY Times article states the FBI started an investigation and the Washington Post raised issues over a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin
  • Jan 14 China posts shock drop in trade figures with a 4.4% fall in exports for December and a 7.6% fall in imports
  • Jan 14 Pawel Adamowicz, Mayor of Gdańsk, Poland, stabbed on stage at charity event. Dies two days later.
  • Jan 14 US Republican leaders strip Congressman Steve King from House committees after series of racist comments
  • Jan 14 Americans chance of dying from an accidental opioid overdose higher than a car accident for the first time, according to US National Safety Council
  • Jan 14 Spinning disk of ice 300m wide, resembling the moon, forms in the Presumpscot river, Westbrook, Maine
  • Jan 15 LGBTQ activists accuse the Russian republic of Chechnya of a new gay purge with 40 detained and two killed

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Jan 15 Theresa May's Brexit deal with the EU is rejected by UK parliament 432 votes to 202, largest parliamentary defeat in its democratic era

British Prime Minister Theresa May
British Prime Minister
Theresa May
  • Jan 15 Beginning of humanity's largest gathering, the Kumbh Mela Hindu festival with 15 million people bathing at the joining of Ganges and Yamuna rivers, India. 120 million expected over next 49 days.

Person of InterestEl Chapo Finally Recaptured

Jan 15 Witness in El Chapo trial claims former Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto accepted $100 million bribe from the drug cartel head
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Mexican drug lord Joaquín
Mexican drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán in American custody after being extradited to the United States
  • Jan 15 Bomb blast and gunfight at DusitD2 hotel in Nairobi, Kenya, leaves at least 21 dead with militants group claiming responsibility al-Shabab
  • Jan 15 Chinese scientists confirm they have germinated a cotton seed on the moon on board the Chang’e 4 lander
  • Jan 15 A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie tops US album chart with album "Hoodie Szn" selling a record low 823 copies of just digital sales.
  • Jan 15 Plastic will outweigh fish in the world's oceans by 2050 according to report by the World Economic Forum
  • Jan 16 Australian Bureau of Meteorology tweets last four days were the country's hottest on record with Tarcoola, South Australia, reaching 49 C (120 F), Port Augusta 48.5 C (119 F)
  • Jan 16 UK Prime Minister Theresa May wins vote of no confidence in her government 325 to 306
  • Jan 16 Egyptian city Cairo is engulfed by a sandstorm turning it orange
  • Jan 16 Explosion by a suicide bomber aimed at US-led coalition forces at a market in Manjib, Syria, kills about 18 including four Americans
  • Jan 16 UN says at least 890 killed in ethnic violence in the western Democratic Republic of Congo in December, with 465 building destroyed, delaying the presidential election
  • Jan 17 China executes Cai Dongjia, the country's "godfather of crystal meth" from Boshe, Guangdong
  • Jan 17 Indian spiritual leader Ram Rahim Singh and two aides sentenced to life in prison for murdering journalist who exposed sexual abuse at the sect
  • Jan 17 Car bomb in Bogota, Colombia, outside the National Police Academy kills at least 8 and injures 41
  • Jan 21 A light aircraft carrying EPL team Cardiff City's record signing Emiliano Sala of French club FC Nantes disappears near the Channel islands en route to Wales

Event of interestEvent of Interest

Jan 23 Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declares himself acting President amid widespread violent protests against President Nicolas Maduro's regime

Venezuelan Politician Juan Guaidó
Venezuelan Politician
Juan Guaidó
President of Venezuela Nicolás Maduro
President of Venezuela
Nicolás Maduro
  • Jan 23 US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi disinvites President Donald Trump from making a State of the Union address in Congress citing government shutdown
  • Jan 23 New record for most expensive US property, $238 million for penthouse condominium overlooking Central Park, NY, bought by hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin
  • Jan 24 US government recognises Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as the country's President
  • Jan 24 17 temperature records broken in South Australia including highest ever recorded for capital Adelaide at 46.6C
  • Jan 25 Longest-ever US government shutdown ends after 35 days when President Donald Trump agrees to three week of negotiations on border security by a House-Senate conference committee
  • Jan 25 At least 20 people have died this week in Venezuelan anti-government protests according to the UN
  • Jan 25 Tailing dam for an iron ore mine in Brumadinho, south-eastern Brazil, collapses killing at least 110 with 238 missing
  • Jan 25 Roger Stone, political lobbyist for Donald Trump is arrested as part of Mueller investigation for obstruction of justice, witness tampering and making false statements
  • Jan 26 Five people shot and killed in domestic deputes in Louisiana, a 21- year old gunman arrested a day later
  • Jan 27 Two bombs at a Roman Catholic cathedral on Jolo Island, southern, Philippines kills 20, Islamic State claims responsibility
  • Jan 27 Tornado strikes Havana, Cuba, killing three and injuring 172
  • Jan 27 Landslide kills 15 at a wedding party in a hotel in Abancay, Peru
  • Jan 28 US Justice Department charges Chinese firm Huawei with bank and wire fraud
  • Jan 28 Draft framework for peace agreement to end 17-year conflict in Afghanistan agreed by US and Afghan negotiators
  • Jan 29 Toronto landscaper Bruce McArthur admits in court to the murder of eight gay men
  • Jan 29 Empire star Jussie Smollett suffers suspected racist and homophobic attack in Chicago
  • Jan 29 Iranian city Tehran bans dog walking in public and driving with dogs
  • Jan 29 Approaching polar vortex prompts state of emergency to be declared in Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Alabama and Mississippi
  • Jan 29 US Postal Service suspends deliveries to ten states due to severity of the polar vortex
  • Jan 29 Norwegian government proposes building a floating road tunnel as part of a new roadway between Kristians and Trondheim
  • Jan 30 Russian Senator Rauf Arashukov arrested within parliament on two murder charges
  • Jan 30 Continuous 24 hr church mass lasting 97 days to prevent deportation of Armenian asylum seekers ends after Dutch authorities reconsider at Protestant Bethel Church in The Hague
  • Jan 30 Peter Paul Rubens’s 1608 drawing "Nude Study of Young Man with Raised Arms" sells for $8.2 million at auction in New York
  • Jan 30 Scientists reveal discovery of cavity six miles long, 1,000 feet deep under Thwaites Glacier in West Antarctica, leading to fears it might collapse and raise sea levels by two feet
  • Jan 31 Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah crowned King of Malaysia to serve a five-year term
  • Jan 31 Leaked Indian government reports says unemployment rate at 6.1% highest since 1972-73, up from 2.2% in 2011-12
  • Jan 31 New government in Lebanon finally formed by Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri nine months after elections
  • Jan 31 Colonization of the America's in the late 1500s killed so many people it cooled the planet and led to a "Little Ice Age", according to a scientific report published in "Quaternary Science Reviews"
  • Jan 31 US border agency seizes its biggest ever fentanyl bust, nearly 254 pounds hidden in Tractor-trailer in Nogales, Arizona
  • Jan 31 At least 20 newborns and children have died in last two months of the cold, trying to get to the Al-Ho Syrian refugee camp according to WHO
  • Jan 31 Catholic leaders in Texas name 286 priests and others accused of sexually abusing children, dating back to 1940
  • Feb 1 US President Donald Trump confirms US withdrawal from the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty because of Russia's violation of the treaty
  • Feb 1 January 2019 was Australia's hottest month on record according to the Bureau of Meteorology
  • Feb 2 More than 40 mummies from 323-30 BC found at a burial site at Tuna el-Gebel archaeological site south of Cairo, Egypt
  • Feb 2 Virginia Governor Ralph Northam admits to wearing blackface in 1984 but says he's not in a photo of men wearing blackface and a Ku Klux Klan robe on a yearbook page

BeatificationPapal Visit

Feb 3 Pope Francis arrives in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on the first ever papal visit to the Arabian peninsula

  • Feb 3 Dam in Townsville, Australia, deliberately opened flooding 20,000 homes after city receives record 3.3ft of rain in a week
  • Feb 3 Wreckage from light aircraft carrying EPL team Cardiff City's record signing Emiliano Sala is discovered on seabed of the English Channel; cause of death, head and trunk injuries
  • Feb 5 Pierre Davis is the first transgender designer to show at New York Fashion Week with label No Sesso
  • Feb 5 Pope Francis admits for the first time that clerics have sexually abused nuns
  • Feb 5 China’s first science fiction blockbuster, “The Wandering Earth” premieres, directed by Frant Gwo, based on a story by Liu Cixin
  • Feb 6 Quadriga, Canada's biggest cryptocurrency exchange is unable to get to $145 million of bitcoin assests after its CEO dies with its access passwords
  • Feb 6 US President Donald Trump makes presidential State of Union address to Congress a week later than usual due to government shutdown
  • Feb 6 Honeybees are able to add and substract and understand concept of zero according to research from RMIT University in Australia
  • Feb 6 2018 named the 4th warmest year on record according to NOAA and NASA, after 2016, 2015, and 2017
  • Feb 7 Measles cases in Europe highest in a decade, tripling in a year to 82,596 according to WHO
  • Feb 7 New kangaroo fossil research published from Riversleigh, Australia, show Kangaroos learned to hop 20 million years ago, much earlier than first thought
  • Feb 7 Sierra Leone President Julius Maada Bio declares national emergency over rape and sexual assault violence after instances double
  • Feb 7 Measles outbreak declared in the Philippines with 1,813 cases and 26 deaths

Birthdays in History

  • May 6 Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, British son of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, born in London, England

Weddings in History

  • Jan 1 Austrian women Nicole Kopaunik (37) and Daniela Paier (37) become the 1st same-sex couple to be officially married in the predominantly Catholic country, in a ceremony in Velden, southern Austria, shortly after midnight

Divorces in History


Broken heartDivorce of Interest

Apr 4 Amazon's Jeff Bezos and MacKenzie Bezos agree record-breaking $35 billion divorce settlement

Amazon Entrepreneur Jeff Bezos
Amazon Entrepreneur
Jeff Bezos

Deaths in History

  • Jan 1 George, the last Hawaiian tree snail of his kind (Achatinella apexfulva species), dies at the University of Hawaii aged 14 years
  • Jan 2 Julia Grant [prev George Roberts], transgender activist featured in "A Change of Sex", dies at 64
  • Jan 4 John Burningham, English author and illustrator of childrens books (Mr Grumpy's Outing), dies at 82
  • Jan 9 Joseph Howze, American Roman Catholic bishop, 1st African American Bishop to be appointed in 20th century, dies at 95
  • Jan 11 Michael Atiyah, English mathematician (Atiyah-Singer Index, Fields Medal 1966), dies at 89
  • Jan 16 Hugh Lewin, South African anti-apartheid activist and writer (Bandiet: Seven Years in a South African Prison), dies at 79
  • Jan 20 Dumisani Kumalo, South African anti-apartheid activist and UN ambassador, dies at 71
  • Jan 21 Harris Wofford, American politician (Sen-D-Pennsylvania 1991-94), head of AmeriCorps, dies at 92
  • Jan 22 Charles Vandenhove, Belgian architect (Standard-Omnisporthal, Luik), dies at 91
  • Jan 23 Diana Athill, English writer and editor (Stet), dies at 101
  • Jan 23 Norman Orentreich, American dermatologist known as "the father of modern hair transplantation", dies at 96
  • Jan 25 Florence Knoll Bassett, American furniture designer (Knoll), dies at 101
  • Jan 25 Meshulam Riklis, Turkish-born Israeli businessman and husband of Pia Zadora, dies at 95
  • Jan 28 Kim Bok-dong, Korean sex slave activist, dies at 92
  • Jan 30 Bernard Nevill, British textile designer, dies at 88
  • Feb 5 Dakshayani 'Gaja Muthassi, elephant 'granny' Indian elephant, oldest in captivity, dies in Kerala at 88
  • Feb 6 Rosamunde Pilcher, English novelist (The Shell Seekers), dies at 94
  • Feb 7 John Dingell, American politician (D-Michigan, 1955-2015), dies at 92
  • Feb 12 W. E. B. Griffin [William Edmund Butterworth], American best-selling author (Clandestine Operations, The Lieutenants), dies at 89
  • Feb 16 Theodore Isaac Rubin, American psychiatrist and author credited with popularising psychotherapy, dies at 95
  • Feb 19 Karl Lagerfeld, German fashion designer (Fendi, Chanel), dies at 85 (age disputed)
  • Feb 20 William Broomfield, American politician (Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Michigan), dies at 96
  • Feb 24 Li Xueqin, Chinese eminent historian, archaeologist, and palaeographer, dies at 85
  • Feb 26 Charles McCarry, American author and former CIA spy (The Tears of Autumn), dies of a cerebral haemorrhage at 88
  • Feb 27 France-Albert René, 2nd President of Seychelles (1977-2004), dies at 83
  • Mar 1 Kevin Roche, Irish architect (Pritzker Prize winner, 1982), dies at 96
  • Mar 1 Zhores Alferov, Soviet/ Russian physicist (2000 Nobel Prize in Physics), dies at 88
  • Mar 4 Juan Corona, Mexican born American serial killer, dies in prison at 85
  • Mar 7 Dan Jenkins, American author, sportswriter (Sports Illustrated), dies at 90
  • Mar 9 Bobbi Fiedler, American politician (Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from California), dies at 81
  • Mar 29 Agnès Varda, Belgium-born French director “mother of the French New Wave” (Vagabond), dies at 90
  • Apr 6 Richard Green, American sexologist, lawyer, and author who advocated for gay and transexual rights, dies of oesophageal cancer at 82
  • Apr 11 Frances Swem Anderson, American technologist (nuclear medicine), dies at 105
  • Apr 17 Alan García, President of Peru (Peruvian Aprista Party: 1985-90, 2006-11), commits suicide by shooting himself as police try to arrest him on corruption charges at 69
  • Apr 18 Lyra McKee, Northern Irish journalist, shot by the New IRA in a terrorist attack at 29

Person of interestLorraine Warren

Apr 18 Lorraine Warren, American paranormal investigator (Amityville haunting), dies in her sleep at 92

Paranormal Investigator Lorraine Warren
Paranormal Investigator
Lorraine Warren
  • May 14 Grumpy Cat [Tardar Sauce], American cat internet celebrity, dies following complications from urinary tract infection at 7

Person of interestBob Hawke

May 16 Bob Hawke, Australian politician and 23rd Prime Minister of Australia (Labor: 1983-91), dies at 89

23rd Prime Minister of Australia Bob Hawke
23rd Prime Minister of Australia
Bob Hawke

Person of interestI. M. Pei

May 16 I. M. Pei, Chinese-American modernist architect (Louvre Pyramid) who won the 1961 Brunner Prize, dies at 102

Architect I. M. Pei
Architect
I. M. Pei
  • May 17 Herman Wouk, American novelist (The Caine Mutiny, The Winds of War), dies at 103
  • May 22 Judith Kerr, British children's writer and illustrator (The Tiger Who Came to Tea, Mog books), dies at 95
  • May 22 Sultan Ahmad Shah, 7th King of Malaysia (1979-84), dies at 88
  • May 25 LaSalle Leffall Jr., American surgeon, medical educator, and 1st black president of the American Cancer Society (1978), and the American College of Surgeons (1995), dies at 89
  • May 30 Thad Cochran, American politician (U.S. Senator from Mississippi), dies at 81
  • May 31 Niara Sudarkasa [Gloria Albertha Marshall], American educator and anthropologist (Lincoln College), dies at 80
  • Jun 4 Jiggs Kalra, Indian food writer "Czar of Indian cuisine", dies at 72
  • Jun 10 Lee Hee-ho, Korean activist and first lady for her husband President Kim Dae-jung, dies at 96
  • Jun 11 Martin Feldstein, American economist (1977 John Bates Clark Medal), chief economic adviser to President Reagan, dies at 79
  • Jun 17 Gloria Vanderbilt, American fashion designer, artist, heiress and socialite, dies at 95
  • Jun 17 Mohamed Morsi, Egyptian politician, President of Egypt (2012-13), leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, dies at 67
  • Jul 2 Lee Iacocca, American automotive executive (CEO of Chrysler Corp), dies at 94
  • Jul 7 Greg Johnson, Canadian hockey center (Nashville Predators captain 2002-06), dies at 48
  • Jul 16 John Paul Stevens, American lawyer and 103rd Supreme Court Justice (1975-2010), dies from complications of a stroke at 99
  • Jul 17 Andrea Camilleri, Italian author (Inspector Montalbano novels), dies at 93
  • Jul 19 César Pelli, Argentine American architect (Petronas Towers), dies at 92
  • Jul 22 Li Peng, Chinese leader, Premier of China (1987-98), dies at 90

Person of interestBeji Caid Essebsi

Jul 25 Beji Caid Essebsi, Tunisia's 1st freely elected President (2014-2019), dies at 92

President of Tunisia Beji Caid Essebsi
President of Tunisia
Beji Caid Essebsi
  • Jul 31 V. G. Siddhartha, Indian coffee entrepreneur (Café Coffee Day), found dead at 60
  • Aug 4 Nuon Chea, Cambodian Khmer Rouge leader 'Brother Number Two', dies at 93

Person of interestToni Morrison

Aug 5 Toni Morrison [Chloe Anthony Wofford], American writer (Tar Baby, Beloved, Song of Solomon), first African American woman to win a Nobel Prize (2010) , dies at 88

  • Aug 18 Kathleen Blanco, American politician, 1st female Governor of Louisiana (2004-08), dies from cancer at 76
  • Sep 1 Tom Collins, Canadian ice skating promoter (Champions on Ice), dies from stroke complications at 88
  • Sep 3 Peter Lindbergh, German fashion photographer and director, dies at 74

Person of interestRobert Mugabe

Sep 6 Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwean revolutionary, Prime Minister of Zimbabwe (1980-87) and 1st black President of Zimbabwe (1988-2017), dies at 95

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe
Zimbabwean President
Robert Mugabe
  • Sep 11 B. J. Habibie, 3rd President of Indonesia (1998-99) who liberalized Indonesia's press and political party laws, dies of heart failure at 83

Person of interestT. Boone Pickens

Sep 11 T. Boone Pickens, American business person and oil tycoon (Shamrock, Mesa Petroleum Co) known as the 'Oracle of Oil', dies at 91

Businessman and Oil Tycoon T. Boone Pickens
Businessman and Oil Tycoon
T. Boone Pickens
  • Sep 19 Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, 2nd President of Tunisia (1987-2011). dies in exile at 83
  • Sep 20 Su Beng [Lim Tiau-hui], Taiwanese revolutionary, 'Father of Taiwanese Independence' (Taiwan’s 400-Year History), dies at 100
  • Sep 21 Shuping Wang, Chinese doctor who exposed China's HIV crisis, dies at 59
  • Sep 26 Jacques Chirac, French politician, President of France (1995-2007) Prime Minister of France (1974-76, 1986-88), dies at 86
  • Oct 11 Alexei Leonov, Russian cosmonaut (Voskhod 2, first person to walk in space), dies at 85
  • Oct 14 Harold Bloom, American literary critic, 'the most notorious literary critic in America' dies at 89
  • Oct 17 Elijah Cummings, American politician (Rep-Maryland (D) 1996-2019), dies at 68

Person of interestAbu Bakr al-Baghdadi

Oct 26 Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Leader of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), detonates a suicide vest after being cornered by US special forces and dies at 48

Leader of Islamic State Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
Leader of Islamic State
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
  • Nov 3 Yvette Lundy, French resistance fighter during WWII, dies at 103
  • Nov 23 Walter Spink, American professor and world expert on South Asian art and architecture (Ajanta caves), dies at 91
  • Nov 23 Barbara Hillary, American adventurer, 1st black woman to reach the North Pole, dies at 88
  • Nov 26 Gary Rhodes, British restaurateur and television chef, dies at 59
  • Nov 29 Seymour Siwoff, American sports statistician (president and CEO Elias Sports Bureau 1952-2019), dies at 99
  • Dec 2 Fred Storey, Canadian curler (World C'ship gold 1966, 68, 69), dies at 87

Person of interestPaul Volcker

Dec 8 Paul Volcker, American economist and Chairman of the US Federal Reserve (1979-87), dies at 92

Chairman of the Federal Reserve and Economist Paul Volcker
Chairman of the Federal Reserve and Economist
Paul Volcker
  • Dec 10 Jean Pagé, Canadian sports journalist (host: 'La Soirée du hockey' and '110%'), dies from prostate cancer at 73