SHANIA HONORED ON CANADIAN WALK OF FAME

Shania Twain, along with other famous Canadians, was honored in her native Canada recently at the Canadian Walk of Fame ceremony.

The event was held in Toronto's Roy Thomson Hall, with about 1000 fans behind barricades cheering the inductees.

Shania said she was honored to receive this recognition and was happy to once again be among the Canadian people.

"It's really incredible when I travel around the world and people actually don't realize how many talented and famous people come out of Canada," said Shania. "And I'm always reminding them!"

Also inducted to the Walk of Fame were Mike Myers, Saturday Night Live producer Lorne Michaels, musician Robbie Robertson and model Linda Evangelista.

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