The country-folk legend known for his fierce patriotism and songs steeped in all things Canadiana died yesterday at the age of 77.
    A spokesman says he died at his Ontario home from “natural causes.”
    Connors is survived by his wife Lena, two sons, two daughters and several grandchildren.
    A public celebration of Connors’ life will be held next Wednesday in Peterborough, Ontario — the city where the musician got the name “Stompin’ Tom.”