The Honourable Louise Arbour, who was a Supreme Court of Canada justice from 1999 to 2004, was recently inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame.
Madam Justice Arbour has also worked as
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Chief Prosecutor for the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and as President of the International Crisis Group.
Prosecutor for The International Criminal Tribunals for the former
Yugoslavia - See more at:
Inductees are Canadians recognized for their extraordinary accomplishments. They each receive a star displayed along King St. West or Simcoe Street in downtown Toronto.
GlobalTV will host a televised gala tribute on December 19th at 8PM for Madam Justice Arbour and this year's other inductees
The Walk of Fame was founded in 1998. Their website has a timeline which lists the inductees year by year
along King Street West (between John Street and Simcoe Street) and
Simcoe Street (between King Street West and Wellington Street) in
downtown Toronto. - See more at:
are displayed along King Street West (between John Street and Simcoe
Street) and Simcoe Street (between King Street West and Wellington
Street) in downtown Toronto. - See more at:
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