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Walk Of Fame Steps Out With David Suzuki

Canada’s Walk of Fame will honour 2017 Inductee David Suzuki with a permanent star in his hometown of Vancouver on March 23.

Walk Of Fame Steps Out With David Suzuki

By FYI Staff

Canada’s Walk of Fame will honour 2017 Inductee David Suzuki with a permanent star in his hometown of Vancouver on March 23, marking the organization’s first event outside of Ontario in its 20-year history. 


The Hometown Star program is a new initiative providing inductees with a hometown plaque mounted at a location of their choice. 
 
Dr. Suzuki’s is to be unveiled at the CBC Vancouver broadcast centre where he had a long and successful career as show host of The Nature Of Things. He was formally inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame on November 15, 2017, at the Beyond Famous Gala in Toronto.

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