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FAQ

Q. Where are the Stars on Canada’s Walk of Fame located?

A. The Stars are displayed along King Street West (between John Street and Simcoe Street) and Simcoe Street (between King Street West and Wellington Street) in downtown Toronto. Click here to see the Star Map.

Q. Who has been inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame?

A. 157 Canadians have been inducted since 1998. Click here to find out more about them.

Q. How do I nominate someone?

A. You can submit a nomination online year round by clicking here. Be sure to read the Nomination Criteria prior to submitting your nomination.

Q. What is the Nomination criteria?

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Q. Can I see the stars walk the Red Carpet at the Canada’s Walk of Fame Tribute Show?

A.Yes! The public is welcome to attend the Red Carpet Ceremony. Sign up for the Canada’s Walk of Fame newsletter to stay up-to-date on the Red Carpet Ceremony and this year’s Canada’s Walk of Fame Tribute events.

Q. Who presented at the 2014 Canada’s Walk of Fame Tribute Show?

A. Last years list of celebrity presenters included six-time Olympic medalist Clara Hughes, critically acclaimed actress Wendy Crewson, Peter Fonda, Canadian actor Jay Baruchel, and JUNO award-winner Tom Cochrane.

Q. When can I submit my entry for the 2015 RBC Emerging Artist Music Mentorship Prize?

A. Submissions for the 2015 RBC Emerging Artist Music Mentorship Prize will be accepted soon. To see last years winners - click here. Sign up for the Canada's Walk of Fame newsletter to receive updates about the competition.

Q. How can I participate in the 2015 RBC Emerging Artist Music Mentorship Prize?

A. You can read the official RBC Emerging Artist Music Mentorship Prize here, and the rules here.