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Twitter Canada Offers Insights Ahead of #CanadaDay 2018

Twitter Canada has sent us a few insights ahead of #CanadaDay 2018. The report includes the 2018 dates that had the most uses of the Canadian flag emoji. The dates that had the most uses of the Canadian flag emoji on Twitter were as follows: June 13, 2018 - Canada announced as one of the host...

Twitter Partners with the CFL to Live Stream #CFLTHISWEEK

This week, the Canadian Football League (CFL) reached a teal with Twitter Canada to live stream 30-minute weekly live show #CFLTHISWEEK. The show will be live streamed globally on @CFL every Wednesday at 3pm EST. The weekly show will begin this Wednesday, June 28 and will be hosted by CFL host Brodie Lawson and three-time Grey...

Twitter Undergoes Minor Redesign to Appeal to New Users

Last year, Twitter announced that it would be gradually refreshing its image as well as redesigning its various applications. Now, according to a new press release, Twitter has once again redesigned it applications across mobile, desktop, and web platforms, likely in an effort to better serve newcomers and generally improve the social media giant's aesthetic....

Twitter Canada Launches its First Political Emojis: #BCVotes #cpcldr

Twitter Canada has released its first political emojis in Canada, in time for the upcoming B.C. election and Conservative Party Leadership Vote. The social network told iPhone in Canada these new emojis will “help voters, journalists and political enthusiasts keep up with election news.” Ahead of the May 9th election in B.C., here are the hashtags...

CFL Partners with Twitter to Make 104th Grey Cup Extra Social

The Grey Cup is one of Canada's largest sporting event, and this year Twitter Canada is partnering with the CFL to make the event even more social. The tournament is being held in Toronto this year, and for the first time ever, the hashtags #GreyCup and #CoupeGrey will display custom emoji on Twitter. The finalists will be able...

Twitter Canada Gets New Managing Director, a Former Google Exec

Twitter has announced a new managing director, Rory Capern, who joins the social network from Google Canada (former head of partnerships), replacing Kirstine Stewart, who continues to be the organization’s head of North American media, a role she has had since fall of 2014. https://twitter.com/TwitterCanada/status/690626063727214592 Capern will begin his role in mid-February 2016, taking Twitter...