January 7, 2013 11:28 AM | By Jackie Burns
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Justin Bieber new tattoo to honour his grandfather (© Instagram/Justin Bieber)
  • Justin Bieber new tattoo to honour his grandfather (© Instagram/Justin Bieber)
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Justin Bieber added another tattoo to his growing collection over the weekend, taking to Instagram to show off a picture of the Stratford Cullitons hockey team logo on his left shoulder blade, a tribute to his grandfather who took him to the games every Friday night. The 18-year-old pop star is part of a growing clique of celebrities obsessed with going under the needle, using their bodies as canvases to make all kinds of statements.

Click through the gallery to see if you can recognize some of the most talked about celebrity tattoos.

Jan 8, 2013 12:45AM
seriously? why is this a front page story?
Jan 8, 2013 1:13PM
"IDLE NO MORE" What a joke!!! What started out as a good idea (too get the native youth active and stop relying on everyone else) by mostly the younger generation has turned into another avenue for all the tribes to try and demand more money from the Canadian government and the Canadian tax payer. All because of what happened in a war. And yes it was a war back then, just like any other war!!!!! Throughout history people have been conquered and forced to adapt to the evolving culture at the time. So what makes this so different? You do not see other conquering nations paying for the rest of time to those that were conquered like we do here in North America!!!!!!! Since the first treaty was signed the Canadian government has paid TRILLIONS and TRILLIONS of dollars to the native peoples and  programs to support them.
In a country that needs to rain in its debt and spending  habits and people just want MORE and MORE money thrown at them without raising taxes (or even paying taxes for MOST native peoples). How can we go on like this? Yes we think the government takes to much tax as it is but take a look at other countries and their tax levels. If this country was able to cut out the spending on the so called injustice to the native people and all the other" oh poor me spending". make people go to work and  pay taxes, we would more than likely not have tribal leaders pocketing outrageous salaries while their people struggle to live.
          I know this world and life are not perfect, but why sit back and hope someone else fix's it for you or gives you a hand out. STAND UP take control of your own life and destiny (make your own money and contribute to society) and make the next generations life something to look forward too........ 

Jan 8, 2013 7:14AM
The boy needs a lesson in what a good tattoo looks like... That looks like a child drew it.
Jan 8, 2013 9:12AM
Why do u all care so much.....doesnt matter why he did it, what it looks like or the meaning of it. Get over ur selves, what make u soooo important that u can judge what others do? If he likes it thats all that matters!
Jan 8, 2013 12:35PM
who the hell cares? Is this front page newsworthy? What's next?...Avril Lavigne's toothpaste brand revealed? Come on.....hardly interesting nor relevant. 
Jan 8, 2013 6:51AM

He'll learn to regret his choices when he is older.


Jan 8, 2013 12:45PM
Jan 8, 2013 2:01PM

enough already, are there now other stories besides a person getting a tatto (profanity, profanity, profanity) lets read of real issues affecting/effecting people/families/communities


Jan 8, 2013 2:46PM
theyre all idiots trying to junmpon bandwagons or look cool
Jan 8, 2013 1:46PM
Are you sure he didn't do it to get "free gas", (re: comments he was reported making a few months ago).
Jan 8, 2013 10:55AM
Revy1122.. are you serious?? I am Native and we are not thieves. We always all come together and help another. Come up North and you will see how generous Native people are.
Jan 8, 2013 12:23PM
Who cares if the twit gets a tat!  Really is this news, can't wait till this idiot has faded out of popularity. 
Jan 8, 2013 9:10PM
Older people do NOT look good in tats with wrinkles......please remember that
Jan 8, 2013 9:07PM
Older people do NOT look good in tats ...Please remember that ...

I do better ink than i saw on any of these people,if they were so cool,why didn't they get great art,it's out there




Jan 8, 2013 6:26PM
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Jan 8, 2013 7:37AM
I hope he didn't use good Canadian money to pay for that public school drawing . Should have did a little soul searching there Justin. Make it represent something . 
Jan 8, 2013 10:44PM
what the hell is that a tattoo heehehe !!!
Jan 8, 2013 9:15PM

1.. Native Americans associated the meaning of owl with wisdom, foresight, and keeper of sacred knowledge. This may largely be due to the fact that the owl is a great foreteller of weather conditions. Also its ability to see at night is legend among the Native Americans, and this attribute would be invoked during ceremonies when an oracle of secret knowledge was required.


2. Also an Occult symbol, used by secret societies. Iluminati/bohemian groove 


That is why justin told that reporter it isnt for people to know lol


that is what i found looking up owl symbolism




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