The LiveWire Mobile will spend the first week of December at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre recording the audio for the Canada’s Walk of Fame Gala.On the 25th anniversary of Canada’s Walk of Fame, the newest inductees will join the “walk” as Canadian figures of greatness and pillars in their respective fields.
Five inductees have been added to the list, including co-founders of Roots Canada — Michael Budman and Don Green (Entreprenurialship and Philanthropy). Multi-award-winning actress Tantoo Cardinal, who continues to break barriers for Indigenous actors around the world, global superstar Avril Lavigne and Gary Slaight, a philanthropic champion of Canadian culture all represent the Arts and Entertainment category.
“For 25 years, Canada’s Walk of Fame has celebrated more than 200 inductions, recognizing some of the most accomplished, influential, and inspiring trailblazers, record-breakers, change-makers, and superstars of the world – whom we are so fortunate and proud to call as Canadians,” said Jeffrey Latimer, CEO of Canada’s Walk of Fame.
Previously announced inductees of 2023 include Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella (Humanitarianism), the wildly popular show Degrassi (Arts and Entertainment), NHL superstar Connor McDavid (Sports and Athletics), television star and commentator Rick Mercer (Arts and Entertainment), and neuroscientist Dr. Brenda Milner, the oldest living inductee at 105 years old.