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Bluma Appel 
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Date of birth4 September 1919
Montreal
Date of death15 July 2007
Toronto
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Bluma Appel, OC, O.Ont (September 4, 1919 – July 15, 2007) was a Canadian philanthropist and patron of the arts.

She was born the daughter of Russian émigrés who left Czarist Russia around 1905. Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, she was the founder of CANFAR, the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research.

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