We're really talented in Canada. Our celebrities are loved not just here but all over the globe and we punch out of our weight class when it comes to star power. Canada's Walk of Fame welcomed more celebrity inductees on Saturday, November 23 including some very familiar names.\nAccording to the CBC, there were a ton of new Canadian celebrities added to the walk of fame at the awards show at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.\nSimilar to the Hollywood walk of fame where celebs get stars placed in their honour, each Canadian celebrity will get their own version on the streets of Toronto.\nEveryone who was recognized will be getting their name placed in Toronto's entertainment district.\nThe Candian version of the "star" looks like a dark, round disk with their name and a modern maple leaf design.\nEach inductee into Canada's walk of fame signs their tile before it hits the streets of Toronto.\nPart of their "Outstanding Group of Canadians" also included Mr. Dressup which was a total heartwarming throwback for Canadians who grew up watching his show on CBC.\nFrom rising stars to true Canadian treasures, here are five Canadian celebrities that were inducted to Canada's Walk of Fame recently:\nWill Arnett\nView this post on Instagram Yo peeps, I'm pinch-hosting @JimmyKimmelLive tonight with guests Maya Rudolph and Ben McKenzie @jimmykimmel Check it out y'all! A post shared by Will Arnett (@arnettwill) on May 2, 2017 at 6:57pm PDT\nWill Arnett is best known for his work on shows like Arrested Development and Bojack Horseman, but now the Toronto-born actor will be able to visit his star on Canada's Walk of Fame whenever he heads back to the 6ix.\nMark Messier\nView this post on Instagram A few photos from last night's Canada's Walk of Fame inductee dinner before tonight's main event. Special guests included Mark Messier, James Naismith's grandson with the Raptors championship ring design, and Frank Gehry. Performances from the one and only @davidfoster as well as @canadianopera. . Thanks for having me 📸 . @cbcdragon @jeffreylatimer @jamestonproductions #cwof2019 #canadathrives #cwofame #cwof #canada #canadian #photographer #toronto #torontoevents #markmessier A post shared by Nick Lee (@bestoftorontonet) on Nov 23, 2019 at 1:08pm PST\nMark Messier was once just a kid from St. Albert, but with years of hard work and dedication, he was able to make it to the NHL where he played for the Edmonton Oilers, New York Rangers, and the Vancouver Canucks.\nCindy Klassen\nView this post on Instagram Thank you @cwofame for the tremendous honour of being inducted into the walk tonight!!! It was an incredible evening and such a privilege to be inducted among such inspiring Canadians! . . . #canada #canadawalkoffame #grateful #inspired A post shared by Cindy Klassen (@cindynklassen) on Nov 23, 2019 at 11:03pm PST\nIf you're a big fan of the Olympics, you may have heard of Cindy Klassen. The Winnipeg-born speed skater has achieved one gold, two silver, and three bronze medals for Canada, which is exactly how she earned her spot on the Walk of Fame.\nAlessia Cara\nView this post on Instagram something’s a comin! (so much of my face lately yikes) A post shared by ALESSIA CARA (@alessiasmusic) on Sep 18, 2019 at 6:26pm PDT\nAlessia Cara may just be 23-years old, but she's already got an impressive resume. She's won both JUNO and Grammy awards and has toured all over the world, bringing her soulful and beautiful music to fans everywhere.\nJim Treliving\nView this post on Instagram Look who I ran into! #jimtrevling A post shared by Min Lee (@mglmin) on Mar 22, 2017 at 1:32pm PDT\nIf there ever was a Jack of all trades, it would be Jim Treliving. You may recognize his face from the show Dragon's Den, but he also happens to be the owner of Treleving Management and Boston Pizza International, two very successful Canadian companies that have earned him his spot on the Walk of Fame.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.