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A Monument in a different Substrate – Laser Etching on Glass

Tempered glass was added to Picture This On Granite list of completed projects: Brantford Walk of Fame. For the unveiling of the semi-circular concrete wall in Gore Park at Brant Avenue and Dalhousie Street many inductees were able to get a close-up look at their likenesses etched into a modern new glass monument that pays tribute to some of the city’s best and brightest. Among the 24 inductees are a world carving champion, a comedian who made it big, the country’s first female physician, some boxing brothers, a man who brought Tonto to television and, of course, hockey’s Great One.

For the complete article and to view the video of the unveiling, click here.
Brantford Walk of Fame

Who’s who

The 24 current inductees and the year of their induction are:

1997: Phil Hartman (comedian), Doug Jarvis (hockey player), Dr. James Hillier (inventor)

1998: E. Pauline Johnson (poet), Arnold Anderson (sports broadcaster), Samuel Stedman (entrepreneur)

1999: Walter Gretzky (hockey dad, community ambassador), Alexander Graham Bell (inventor of telephone), Dr. Emily Stowe (Canada’s first female physician)

2000: Cockshutt family – Ignatius, James, Jane (entrepreneurs and philanthropists), Pat Godin (artist), Olympians and Paralympians

2002: Thomas B. Costain (author), Joseph Brant (Six Nations leader), Debra Brown (choreographer)

2003: Adelaide Hunter Hoodless (Women’s Institute co-founder), Jay Silverheels (actor)

2004: Wayne Gretzky (hockey player), Gary Farmer (actor), Linda Schulyer (television producer), Allen Pizzey (journalist)

2005: Summerhays brothers (boxers), Lawren Harris (artist), June Callwood (journalist)

Brantford Walk of Fame