Michael Bublé gets a star on a Toronto sidewalk six years after similar honour in his hometown

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      The Toronto media are agog over the latest additions to the city's Walk of Fame.

      Burnaby-raised crooner Michael Bublé is among a group of high-profile Canadians receiving stars on the sidewalk near the corner of King Street West and Simcoe Street.

      Broadcasters Don Cherry and Ron MacLean, former Olympian Silken Laumann, actor Wendy Crewson, author Lawrence Hill, and deceased actor Lorne Greene round out the list.

      But this type of honour is nothing new for Bublé, who's sold something like 35 million records.

      Back in 2009, he was added to Vancouver's Star Walk on Granville Street, which is overseen by the B.C. Entertainment Hall of Fame.

      It has been been an up and down year for Bublé and his wife Luisana Lopilato.

      In May, Bublé delighted Lower Mainland police and firefighters with a surprise appearance at a fundraising dinner for Honour House Society at the Sheraton Wall Centre.

      The next month, the couple's one-year-old son Noah suffered severe burns when he poured hot water over himself. Fortunately, the toddler didn't require surgery.

      The following month, they announced that they're expecting a second child. In October, Bublé revealed that it will be a boy.