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Welcome to the NEW official web-site for the BC Entertainment Hall of Fame. The web-site has been designed by the exciting BC company Kulture Shock Media and provides fascinating information about the talented people who make up the vibrant entertainment community in BC.

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Jun-18-2018 • We would like to acknowledge and offer a sincere thank-you for those who took the time to submit a nomination to the BC Entertainment Hall of Fame for 2018. The board anticipates sharing the 2018 results with you soon! There are two categories in the BCEHoF - Starwalk and Pioneer: StarWalk Inductees Past or Present residents of British Columbia who - through demonstrated excellence in their craft, have made a significant impact on the cultural profile of the province. Pioneers Inductees Thought of as the “historical core” of our Province’s entertainment...
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Jun-14-2018 • Another legend in Vancouver's entertainment history is gone. We bid farewell to June last month at a celebration of life which included a beautiful video and pictoral tribute to her life, sharing of memories, and many live musical performances by her friends, family and the Weaver / Werth Trio.  In 1947 together with Terry and Betty Haswell, June and Bob Coard (some of the city’s top entertainers at the time) started the Backstage Club, where all the big acts passing through town to play the Cave, Izzy’s or Duke’s Cabaret would stop by for an evening of professional...
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Jan-18-2018 • There are three categories for admission within the BC Entertainment Hall of Fame that are reviewed annually by the organizations Nominating Committee.  Two of these categories (StarWalk and Pioneers) require an external nomination while the third (Vancouver Favourites) is awarded through the discretion of the BCEHoF Access Nomination Form Here
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Oct-29-2017 • Following a long career that saw her appointed to the Order of Canada, the BC Entertainment Hall of Fame and honoured with a star on Canada's Walk of Fame, Juliette Cavazzi died in Vancouver overnight Thursday at the age of 91, friends and family have confirmed. CBC coverage of Dear Juliette "She was a warm lady. You couldn't help but like her," legendary disc jockey Red Robinson told the CBC.
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"The glitter and gleam of the BC Entertainment Hall of Fame STARWALK on Granville Street is a genuine attraction for both tourists and citizens alike! Celebrating BC's fabulous talent is great for the City!"
Rick Antonson - President/CEO, Tourism Vancouver
"Explore the legends of local show biz glamour on the BC Entertainment Hall of Fame STARWALK on Granville Street. A guided tour of the historic Orpheum is a fascinating treat for all ages!"
Bill Millerd - Artistic and Managing Director, Arts Club Theatre
The Orpheum Theatre and the Granville Street STARWALK bronze plaques are a vital and colourful part of Vancouver's great entertainment history.
Phillip W. Owen, C.M. - Mayor of Vancouver, 1993-2002