Celebrities Including Jim Carrey, Mick Foley & Ryan Reynolds Pay Tribute On Twitter For Canada Day
July 1 celebrates Canada Day, this year being the nation’s 151st birthday. Here’s how some celebrities paid tribute to Canada via Twitter.
Happy birthday to the country that saved my life nine years ago. After being gone for years you took me back, no questions asked, and healed me for free. I love you, you big luge. #CanadaDay
— Scott Thompson (@ScottThompson_) July 2, 2018
Canadian actor Scott Thompson, best known for being in comedy troupe The Kids in the Hall, said Canada “saved [his] life.”
The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, also showed some love for his nation.
Hardworking Canadians – like the steelworkers at @evrazna in Regina – are the backbone of this country. And on Canada’s 151st birthday, we celebrate them and everyone who continues to build the country we love. #CanadaDay pic.twitter.com/7Y59p3lthC
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) July 2, 2018
Katelyn Osmond, a Canadian Olympic figure skater, shared some of her best moments representing Canada on the ice.
— Kaetlyn Osmond (@kaetlyn_23) July 1, 2018
Professional wrestler and WWE commentator Mick Foley wished the nation a happy birthday, adding that his ’20 Years Of Hell’ tour will stop in Canada in Aug. and Sep. of this year.
— Mick Foley (@RealMickFoley) July 2, 2018
J.E. Skeets, a TV actor, celebrated Canada Day with a tweet rejoicing Lebron James‘ move to the L.A. Lakers.
— J.E. Skeets (@jeskeets) July 2, 2018
Professional boxer Lennox Lewis paid tribute to Canada in a tweet featuring an image of him holding the Canadian flag at the opening ceremony of the Seoul Olympics.
— Lennox Lewis (@LennoxLewis) July 2, 2018
American illustrator Brian Kesinger tweeted images he drew for the Prime Minister’s family:
— brian kesinger (@briankesinger) July 2, 2018
Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds also shared a photo for Canada’s birthday.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) July 1, 2018
We’ll leave off with Jim Carrey, another Canadian, who celebrated the nation’s 151st birthday in a tweet.
Happy Canada Day to all my friends and family up north. I love you dearly! ;^D
— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) July 2, 2018