Welcome to the Scarborough Walk of Fame; Celebrating achievements of Scarborough residents, past and present, in the fields of Sports, Arts, Entertainment, Health, Education, and Community. The Scarborough Walk of Fame (SWOF) is a not-for-profit, volunteer driven organization dedicated to honouring citizens whose extraordinary contributions garner community pride.  By creating and maintaining a permanent place of tribute at the Scarborough Town Centre, we celebrate and inspire excellence every day.

Our 2018 Inductees

Scarborough born rapper and record producer, Kardinal Offishall paved the way for a new wave of Canadian superstars.  He’s been nominated for more than 15 Juno Awards and is a multiple ASCAP Award and Socan Award winner. Performing in the world’s most prestigious venues, Kardinal treats his fans to his distinctive high energy performances.  
Learn more about Kardinall Offishall here.
Ann Buller is a visionary leader who has embedded the principles of global citizenship, equity and inclusion into Centennial College’s programs and operations. A proud college graduate, Ann has reshaped Ontario’s first college into a responsive and dynamic postsecondary institution that transforms lives and communities through learning.
Learn more about Ann Buller here.
Educator, athlete and Officer in the Order of Canada, Bruce Kidd served as Principal of the University of Toronto, Scarborough. A stalwart champion of Scarborough and the role of UTSC as an anchor institution, he helped plan the 2015 Pan American and Parapan American Games and the building of the Toronto Pan American Sports Centre in Scarborough.
Learn more about Bruce Kidd here.
Andy Donato has created political cartoons for Toronto Sun readers for over 4 decades.  He’s received the National Newspaper Award and one of his works was named the Best Editorial Cartoon in the World.  His landscapes have been displayed all over the world and he’s published 11 books featuring his drawings.
Learn more about Andy Donato here.
Scarborough advocate, Rosa Chan is founder and president of public relations firm, RC Communications.  An energetic volunteer, Rosa has lent her considerable talents to community-based charities and non-profit organizations across Scarborough.  Her ability to plan and execute successful events is second to none.  She has been the recipient of countless honours including the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal.
Learn more about Rosa Chan here.
Descended from Scarborough’s founding families, registered nurse Jean Kennedy Campbell is a stellar example of community leadership. She was elected to the Centennial College board of Directors, and became the first woman to chair a college board in Ontario.  Her volunteer efforts have been recognized by countless organizations and officials.
Learn more about Jean Kennedy Campbell here.
The son of Italian immigrants, Domenic Primucci has helped his family’s business, Pizza Nova, to become one of Scarborough’s proudest success stories.  He’s been named Restauranteur of the year by Canadian Restaurant News and received countless other business and community service awards including the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. 
Learn more about Domenic Primucci here.

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