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Rachel McAdams, Ryan Reynolds among Canada’s Walk of Fame inductees

Canada’s Walk of Fame is set to honour a slew of homegrown celebs including Ryan Reynolds, rock legends The Band and Rachel McAdams.

They will be honoured alongside hockey player Hayley Wickenheiser, Former Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada Louise Arbour and the late Jeff Healey.

“We are proud to welcome these six new outstanding honourees to Canada’s Walk of Fame,” said Melanie Hurley, CEO of Canada’s Walk of Fame, in a statement. “Each have impacted Canada’s social and cultural heritage across the country and around the world. They are inspiring and remind us that anything can be achieved with hard work, dedication, passion and integrity. They are ambassadors of Canada and instill pride in our country.”

The induction will be held in Toronto Oct. 18 and broadcast nationally on Global on Dec. 19.

Since its inception in 1998, 157 Canadians have been honoured with their names cemented into the sidewalks of Toronto’s entertainment district.

To qualify, candidates must have been born in or spent their creative or formative years in Canada. A minimum of 10 successful years is required to qualify, as well as a recognized body of work that has had a significant influence on our cultural heritage.

Previous honourees have included Celine Dion, Jim Carrey, Mike Myers, Rush, David Cronenberg and Wayne Gretzky.

Source: Toronto Sun

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Front Page, Industry News

Rachel McAdams, Ryan Reynolds among Canada’s Walk of Fame inductees

Canada’s Walk of Fame is set to honour a slew of homegrown celebs including Ryan Reynolds, rock legends The Band and Rachel McAdams.

They will be honoured alongside hockey player Hayley Wickenheiser, Former Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada Louise Arbour and the late Jeff Healey.

“We are proud to welcome these six new outstanding honourees to Canada’s Walk of Fame,” said Melanie Hurley, CEO of Canada’s Walk of Fame, in a statement. “Each have impacted Canada’s social and cultural heritage across the country and around the world. They are inspiring and remind us that anything can be achieved with hard work, dedication, passion and integrity. They are ambassadors of Canada and instill pride in our country.”

The induction will be held in Toronto Oct. 18 and broadcast nationally on Global on Dec. 19.

Since its inception in 1998, 157 Canadians have been honoured with their names cemented into the sidewalks of Toronto’s entertainment district.

To qualify, candidates must have been born in or spent their creative or formative years in Canada. A minimum of 10 successful years is required to qualify, as well as a recognized body of work that has had a significant influence on our cultural heritage.

Previous honourees have included Celine Dion, Jim Carrey, Mike Myers, Rush, David Cronenberg and Wayne Gretzky.

Source: Toronto Sun

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Front Page, Industry News

Rachel McAdams, Ryan Reynolds among Canada’s Walk of Fame inductees

Canada’s Walk of Fame is set to honour a slew of homegrown celebs including Ryan Reynolds, rock legends The Band and Rachel McAdams.

They will be honoured alongside hockey player Hayley Wickenheiser, Former Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada Louise Arbour and the late Jeff Healey.

“We are proud to welcome these six new outstanding honourees to Canada’s Walk of Fame,” said Melanie Hurley, CEO of Canada’s Walk of Fame, in a statement. “Each have impacted Canada’s social and cultural heritage across the country and around the world. They are inspiring and remind us that anything can be achieved with hard work, dedication, passion and integrity. They are ambassadors of Canada and instill pride in our country.”

The induction will be held in Toronto Oct. 18 and broadcast nationally on Global on Dec. 19.

Since its inception in 1998, 157 Canadians have been honoured with their names cemented into the sidewalks of Toronto’s entertainment district.

To qualify, candidates must have been born in or spent their creative or formative years in Canada. A minimum of 10 successful years is required to qualify, as well as a recognized body of work that has had a significant influence on our cultural heritage.

Previous honourees have included Celine Dion, Jim Carrey, Mike Myers, Rush, David Cronenberg and Wayne Gretzky.

Source: Toronto Sun

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