Nominations are now open for the next group of Mississaugans who will be selected as recipients of the 2018 crystal award in November.

Mississauga’s Walk of Fame profiles leading citizens who have accomplished extraordinary things and made a contribution to the betterment of not only our city, but indeed Canada, and in some cases, around the world. Through their actions and deeds, pride and spirit has been introduced to our community. They are special citizens, some widely known, others not household names, but the common thread amongst all of them is that their talents and accomplishments we hope will influence and inspire our leaders of tomorrow. People like Jazz pianist Oscar Peterson, Olympic rower Silken Laumann, Country singer Tommy Hunter, ’72 Soviet Summit Series hero Paul Henderson and former Mayor Hazel McCallion, among others, are enshrined in the Walk of Fame.

“This is the highest honour a citizen of Mississauga can receive”, explains Ron Duquette, President and Founding Director of Mississauga’s Walk of Fame –  Legends Row, “and anyone who lives in or has a business in our city can help select those who will receive this distinguished award this year.

Nominators interested in participating are encouraged to get all of the details including inductee criteria , categories, and the selection process, by visiting the Mississauga Walk of Fame web site at The site is full of information about the Legends Row project and features photos and videos of the first 34 inductees and the recognition ceremonies held to honour them.

Mississauga’s “Walk of Fame” – Legends Row, is located on the north end of Celebration Square at the Jubilee Garden.

Those submitting on-line selections will have until midnight, Friday, August 31st 2018 to make their choices in the seven categories available. There are no restrictions as to the number of nominations made by any one individual.