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Canada's Walk of Fame, in Partnership with RBC Visa Infinite Avion Card, Seeks Nominations For 2012 Inductees
April 2, 2012

Canada’s Walk of Fame announces the return of its annual inductee nomination campaign, in partnership with the RBC® Visa Infinite Avion® card. Beginning today through Monday, April 30 at 11:59 pm ET, Canadians from coast to coast and around the world can have their say about who they feel should be inducted for their accomplishments in the fields of music, film, sport, television, literature, visual and performing arts as well as science and innovation.

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Watch the 2011 CWOF Awards this Sunday on Global TV!
October 18, 2011

Marking its 14th year of celebrating the incredible achievements of Canadians from all walks of life, there’s certainly no shortage of talent to help shine the spotlight on the 2011 Canada’s Walk of Fame inductees. A star-studded lineup of performers will take to the stage during the Awards broadcast this Sunday, October 23 – 8pm ET/PT on Global.

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Chantal Kreviazuk lends her powerful vocals to A Song for Canada
September 27, 2011

Canada’s Walk of Fame today announced two-time JUNO Award-winner Chantal Kreviazuk as the recording artist for A Song For Canada, presented by RE/MAX. The highly anticipated song, titled “I’m Here (A Song for Canada)” features members of Toronto’s renowned Bach Children’s Chorus as well as 35-piece string orchestra Global Village. 

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Howie Mandel Celebrates the Country’s Finest as Host of the 2011 Canada’s Walk of Fame Awards
September 20, 2011

Shaw Media and Canada’s Walk of Fame are proud to announce the return of Howie Mandel as Host of the 14th annual celebration of Canadian achievements. The internationally renowned comedian and 2009 inductee leads the 2011 Awards ceremony that introduces and honours this year’s roster of inductees from Toronto’s historic Elgin Theatre on Saturday, October 1st.

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The National Music Centre Named Beneficiary of Canada's Walk of Fame Inductee Charity Ball
September 6, 2011

Canada’s Walk of Fame announced today that the National Music Centre, a Calgary-based facility projected to open in 2014, will receive the proceeds from Canada’s Walk of Fame Inductee Charity Ball presented by RBC.  Honouring recent inductees Ryan Reynolds, Dr. Roberta Bondar, Burton Cummings, Daniel Nestor, Sandra Oh, Russell Peters and Mordecai Richler, the Ball will take place on Saturday, October 1 at Toronto’s Sheraton Centre Hotel, immediately following the Canada’s Walk of Fame Awards at the Elgin Theatre. The Awards will be broadcast nationally in October on Global and Slice™ (date and time TBA). 

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Canada's Walk of Fame Announces Calum Graham of High River, AB Grand Prize Winner of A Song for Canada Competition
August 31, 2011

The jury is in. Following a nationwide call for written submissions to capture the true essence of the Canadian spirit, Calum Graham of High River, Alberta emerges as the grand prize winner of Canada’s Walk of Fame’s A Song For Canada competition, presented by RE/MAX.

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Canada's Walk of Fame Festival Takes Over David Pecaut Square with Three Days of Free Programming 2
August 24, 2011

Canada’s Walk of Fame Festival, a celebration of Canadian music, comedy and film, announces three days of free programming featuring musical performances and movie screenings at David Pecaut Square (formerly Metro Square) taking place September 30 to October 2.

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Drake Honoured with Allan Slaight Award from Canada's Walk of Fame
August 15, 2011

Canada’s Walk of Fame announced today that internationally renowned, Canadian-born superstar Drake, will be the recipient of this year’s Allan Slaight Award. In its second year, the Allan Slaight Award is presented to a young Canadian making a positive impact in the fields of music, film, literature, visual or performing arts, sports, innovation or philanthropy.  

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