List of inductees of Canada's Walk of Fame


List of inductees of Canada's Walk of Fame

. Every year, several new Canadians are inducted, with eight being honoured in 2008. There are a total of 115 honourees.]
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2001 || || Actor, comedian || Ottawa, Ontario || Nominated for Academy Award for "Driving Miss Daisy", charter member of "Saturday Night Live". || Athlete, ice hockey || Trois-Rivières, Quebec || Hockey Hall of Famer, two time NHL MVP, won 10 Stanley Cups, companion of the Order of Canada.]
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2003 || || Athlete, ice hockey || Prince Albert, Saskatchewan || Hockey Hall of Famer, two time Vezina Trophy winner, won 4 Stanley Cups.]
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2008 || || Actor, comedian || Newmarket, Ontario || Part of SCTV.] Carrey was unable to attend his 1998 induction and was later honoured at a ceremony in 2004. []
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2005 || ]
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2005 || || Painter, printmaker || Toronto, Ontario || Officer of the Order of Canada.]
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2003 || ]
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1999 || || Actor || London, Ontario || Academy Award nominee in 1944 for "The Seventh Cross".]
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2004 || || Athlete, equestrian || Toronto, Ontario || Olympic gold medalist in 1968.]
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2002 || || Singer || Montréal, Quebec || Canada's "Grande Dame of Song." ]
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2000 || || Actor || Indianapolis, Indiana || Raised in Ottawa, Ontario.]
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2006 || || Athlete, downhill skiing || Ottawa, Ontario || Olympic gold medalist in 1968, Canadian female athlete of the half century (1950-1999).]
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2001 || || Game show host, humanitarian || Winnipeg, Manitoba || Host of "Let's Make a Deal".]
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2005 || || Ballet dancer || Toronto, Ontario || Companion of the Order of Canada.]
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2007 || || Director || Edmonton, Alberta || Officer of the Order of Canada.]
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2000 || || Actor || Toronto, Ontario || Broadway actor.]
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2001 || || Director || Toronto, Ontario || Awarded Irving Thalberg Award at the Oscars, won three Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe, companion of the Order of Canada.]
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1998 || || Musician, frontman || Toronto, Ontario || Born in Germany, fronted Steppenwolf.]
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2008 || ]
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2004 || || Director, playwright || Quebec City, Quebec || Former director of the Canadian Opera Company.]
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1998 || || Impressionist || Ottawa, Ontario || Has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.]
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2004 || || Producer || Toronto, Ontario || Creator of "Saturday Night Live".]
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2005 || || Singer || Springhill, Nova Scotia || Winner of 4 Grammy Awards, has 24 gold or platinum albums, companion of the Order of Canada.]
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2008 || || Actor, comedian || Regina, Saskatchewan || Officer of the Order of Canada.]
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1998 || || Polka musician || Duparquet, Quebec || "The Polka King".]
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2007 || || Musician || Saint-Raymond, Quebec || Officer of the Order of Canada.]
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2001 || ]
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2000 || || Athlete, ice hockey || Montréal, Quebec || Hockey Hall of Famer, first player to score 50 goals in 50 games, Hart Trophy winner, eight-time Stanley Cup champion, companion of the Order of Canada.]
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2007 || || Musician, frontman || Toronto, Ontario || Fronted The Band, member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.]
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1999 || || Athlete, figure skating || Ottawa, Ontario || Olympic Gold medalist in 1948. || Hollywood pioneer || Montreal, Quebec || Co-founded Keystone productions.]
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2000 || || Actress || St. Thomas, Ontario || Won a Gemini Award.]
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2003 || || Opera soprano || Toronto, Ontario || Won two Grammy Awards, Officer of the Order of Canada.]
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2005 || || Ballet dancer || London, Ontario || Companion of the Order of Canada. || Game Show host || Sudbury, Ontario || Long-time host of "Jeopardy!"]
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1998 || || Hollywood pioneer || London, Ontario || One of the Warner Bros.. || Supermodel || Mississauga, Ontario || Ninth highest-earning model in the world.
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2005 || || Singer || Toronto, Ontario || Also a member of Buffalo Springfield and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with Buffalo Springfield and as a solo artist.cite web | url =http://www.canadaswalkoffame.com/inductees/00_neil_young.xml.htm | title =Neil Young | publisher = Canada's Walk of Fame | accessdate = 2007-01-07]

Canadian Legends Award recipients

References

ee also

*List of Canadians
*List of stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

External links

* [http://www.canadaswalkoffame.com/ Official website]
* [http://www.canadaswalkoffame.com/inductees/inductees_year.xml.htm List of inductees sorted by year at the official website]
* [http://www.canadaswalkoffame.com/inductees/inductees.xml.htm List of inductees sorted alphabetically at the official website]


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