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    11 Stories From Canada This Week That'll Make You Grin From Ear To Ear


    1. Torontonians helped these little Canada geese cross the street safely.

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    Why did the geese cross the road? To get to the other side.

    2. We've seen hockey sticks be used as debit machine holders... but they're also great mic holders.

    So I made a collage of Canadian journalists who use hockey sticks as microphone holders. Canada, I love you.

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    3. They're also great for your Tim's run.

    Canada is so Canada sometimes that you 🏒 to ☕️ 🇨🇦 #COVID19 #SocialDistancing

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    4. Jagmeet Singh continues his TikTok domination.


    Distancing is working, together we can beat ##covid19 (Also, when your wife @gurkirankaur_ looks better in your clothes than you do! ##fliptheswitch)

    ♬ Nonstop - Drake
    Jagmeet Singh / Via TikTok

    He took on the Flip The Switch challenge with his wife Gurkiran Kaur Sidhu.

    5. Meanwhile, we learned that beavers can easily be mistaken for alligators.

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    6. This 101-year-old man in Victoria is doing 101 laps for Save the Children Canada's emergency COVID relief fund.

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    He's hoping to raise $101,000! Learn how to donate here.

    7. The cherry blossom bloom cam is the live stream you didn't know you needed.

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    The live camera from Toronto's High Park is the next best thing to being there in-person.

    8. Justin Trudeau's "speaking moistly" phrase made it's way to natural lip balm.

    9. Sandra Oh is an expert on Canada and darn proud of it.

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    She appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live this week in her The Nature of Things t-shirt.

    10. The Vancouver Symphony created a tribute to Star Wars Day on May the 4th.

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    The force is strong with these ones.

    11. Ryan Reynolds bought 385 pizzas for graduates from his old high school, Kitsilano Secondary.

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    Reynolds is ordering the pizzas from his local favourite pizza place, Nat’s New York Pizzeria.