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Posts Tagged ‘Canadian Walk of Fame’

Shatner’s Star Replaced

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

William Shatner‘s damaged Canadian “Walk of Fame” star has been replaced.

The original star, installed in 2000 and seen in the accompanying photo, was damaged by a sidewalk snow plow. It was replaced this morning with a new red granite star.

Shatner’s star was not the only one replaced today. A cracked star belonging to legendary hockey star Gordie Howe (Detroit Red Wings) was replaced and stars belonging to the Canadian rock group Nickelback and Deal or No Deal game show host Howie Mandel were reset.

The Walk of Fame is located outside of the Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto.

Damaged Shatner Star To Be Replaced

Thursday, September 16th, 2010

William Shatner‘s star on Canada’s Walk of Fame has been damaged and is slated to be replaced.

The stone, made of red granite, suffered damage due to weather and wear and tear. Shatner’s star wasn’t the only stone needing attention; four-time hockey Stanley Cup winner Gordie Howe‘s star was also in need of replacement. Damage to other stones has also been noted.