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March 8, 2006
Robert Goulet, Alex Trebek, Paul Shaffer among latest inductees to Canada's Walk of Fame
Robert Goulet, Alex Trebek, Paul Shaffer will be among the latest inductees to Canada's ever-expanding Walk of Fame.
Representing the worlds of sport, music, theatre, television and film, the Canadian natives and international celebrities will be inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame at a Tribute Gala at Toronto's Hummingbird Centre on Saturday, June 3 which will be broadcast nationally on CTV.
Each year, organizers filter through the thousands of nominations from the public and recommend a shortened list to the members of the Walk of Fame's board of directors, who ultimately decide which celebrities will be honored. To be eligible, nominees must be born or have spent their formative or creative years in Canada, have a minimum of 10 years working in their respective fields and have either a national or international impact on the country's cultural heritage.
Canada's Walk of Fame along with broadcast partner CTV announced today the names of eight new luminaries who will receive the honor are: Actor/singer Robert Goulet, Jeopardy host Alex Trebek, musician Paul Shaffer, Crash actor Brendan Fraser, comedian Eugene Levy, singer Jane Arden, actress Pamela Anderson and the "Crazy Canucks" ski team of Dave Irwin, Ken Read, Dave Murray and Steve Podborski.
The burgeoning walk already includes markers for nearly 100 famous Canadians, including musicians Alanis Morissette, Glenn Gould, Ronnie Hawkins and Shania Twain, actors Kiefer Southerland,William Hutt and Christopher Plummer, filmmakers David Cronenberg and Norman Jewison, and sports figures George Chuvalo, Bobby Orr and Kurt Browning.