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    Drake, Timbiebs, And A Moose In A Classroom: This Is A Look At Canada's 2021 Through Tweets

    It was Simu Liu's year and we're all the better for it!

    2021 was an eventful and weird effing year. From amazing performances at the Tokyo Olympics to "Timbiebs", Canada especially had an interesting time this specific trip around the sun. And thanks to social media, we get to look back on some of this year's highlights!

    So let's take a look at some of Canada's 2021 through the eyes of social media!

    1. When Health Canada thought that renaming the vaccines was the change we wanted to see in the world.

    Twitter: @TheFalconer

    2. The bittersweet ending of Kim's Convenience that I'm still not recovered from.

    Twitter: @KimsConvenience

    3. A moose in a classroom? That's like a horse being loose in a hospital!

    She was a young moose, not even 2 years old, still getting used to her surroundings, when she took a wrong turn on Thursday and crashed through the window of an elementary school classroom in Saskatoon, in Canada’s central prairie. https://t.co/V7hpU4kjKI

    Twitter: @nytimes

    4. The return of our pop-punk princess.

    Na na na .. 💙💚💕💛❤️💜🎶

    Twitter: @AvrilLavigne

    5. Simu Liu becoming the main character of 2021.

    You know I had to hit em with the ✌️

    Twitter: @SimuLiu

    6. Ryan Reynolds always making Canada proud.

    Please welcome, Will Ferrell? @VancityReynolds #FallonTonight

    Twitter: @FallonTonight

    7. Canada's amazing gold medalists at the 2020/21 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

    How it’s going vs. how it started for @GrossoJulia and @JordynHuitema! 🥰 We think it’s going pretty good! 😉🥇 📸: @GrossoJulia

    Twitter: @TeamCanada

    8. The debut of Timbiebs... wow, that felt wrong to say.

    Dropping 11.29 #Timbiebs. Canada and US Only.

    Twitter: @TimHortons

    9. This genius of a viral Halloween costume.

    A Canadian woman named Lauren Hunter just won Halloween with her perfect costume of the Ever Given ship, which famously ran aground in the Suez Canal in March 2021 🚢

    Twitter: @nowthisnews

    10. Another amazing Canadian proving that this was Canada's year for sports.

    🇨🇦 @leylahfernandez IS A GRAND SLAM FINALIST!

    Twitter: @usopen

    11. At the Met Gala, Dan Levy made a powerful statement with his gorgeous look.

    A look at the details on Dan Levy’s #MetGala look https://t.co/MgQqmOsxWf

    Twitter: @TheCut

    12. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander showed up as the trendiest athlete.

    “You’re the drippiest player in the league.” Shai Gilgeous-Alexander’s fashionable reputation has stretched coast to coast: https://t.co/F9lisPTCQ1

    Twitter: @joe_mussatto

    13. Winnie Harlow looked like the gothic angel of my dreams.

    First pic out from the #MetGala carpet 😍

    Twitter: @winnieharlow

    14. And Shawn Mendes proved that he does, in fact, know how hot he is.

    Twitter: @2015smetgala

    15. "6 God" himself topped the charts as usual.

    If we being honest... #CertifiedLoverBoy Drake didn't disappoint🤞🏽🔥🔥

    Twitter: @Maphekula_ZA

    16. This Toronto bakery's latte art rightfully going viral.

    SanRemo bakery in Toronto has a House of Gucci coffee!

    Twitter: @GagaMediaDotNet

    17. Grimes trolling the paparazzi with... communism.

    Grimes was spotted today in the streets of Los Angeles reading Karl Marx's ‘The Communist Manifesto’ following her split from Elon Musk. https://t.co/rb7Z9ECk2E

    18. A very impressive initial vaccine roll-out!

    Throughout the pandemic, Canadians have stepped up – and the team at @VaxHuntersCan did so in a big way. Thank you for everything you’ve done to help get people vaccinated. And with enough doses for everyone, I know your website will help us finish the fight against COVID-19. https://t.co/HHcB0nFM7O

    Twitter: @JustinTrudeau

    19. Drake turning down the Grammy's.

    Drake has withdrawn his two Grammy nominations, a representative for the Recording Academy has confirmed to Variety. https://t.co/X76zTNva7s

    Twitter: @Variety

    20. The beautiful end of Wynonna Earp.

    “Led by a career-defining performance by Melanie Scrofano, the legacy of this show will be felt long after this year, and that's exactly what it deserves. Basically, I wouldn't change a note.”#WynonnaEarp on my best TV shows of 2021 list ❤️ love you all https://t.co/o1BjHg4B7M

    Twitter: @noradominick

    21. And lastly, the most liked tweet by Canadians of 2021.

    Today, every view of this video helps create positive change. All you need to do is watch it and Bell will donate 5¢ more to Canadian mental health initiatives. Retweet to help spread the word! #BellLetsTalk

    Did you have a favourite Twitter moment from this year? Let us know in the comments!