Give this man a key to the province already. Ryan Reynolds has never been shy about his love for Canada, and despite being born in Vancouver, the Deadpool star holds nothing back when it comes to supporting Ontario. Whether he’s donating to a local charity or helping out a group of young filmmakers, Reynolds is constantly warming our big Ontarian hearts.\nAnd truthfully, we can’t get enough.\nReynolds has always been a stellar guy, we know this. But his appreciation for the province has only become more apparent amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.\nThe former Ottawa resident seems to hold an extra special place in his heart for Ontario’s capital in particular.\nBetween large donations to various Ottawa charities and his upcoming interview with a group of 11-year old kids from the city, it’s clear that once you’re a Vanier boy, you’re always a Vanier boy.\nBut, don’t worry, Ryan hasn’t forgotten about the 6ix either.\nIn fact, heartwarming interactions with the west-coast actor have spread as far as Cobourg, Sudbury, and Barrie, Ont.\nSo if you’re looking for something to make you smile, we’ve got just what you need.\nSimply take a peek at the list below and get ready for some truly heart-warming content.\nCanada, Born And Raised\nStronger Together | Crave\nOkay, so this isn't Ontario-specific, but the RR love spreads all across the country.\nDuring the April 26 airing of Stronger Together, Reynolds credited Canada for raising him and even said the country taught him empathy.\nWhich might be the sweetest thing we've ever heard. Sorry, not sorry.\nNo Role Too Small\nView this post on Instagram Until May 1st, for every bottle of Aviation ordered online, we’ll donate 30% of proceeds as a tip to your bartenders - who REALLY miss you btw. LINK IN BIO. #TipYourBartenders #StayHomeSaveLives A post shared by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on Mar 24, 2020 at 8:02am PDT\nRemember that one time you got a Hollywood A-lister on your amateur TIFF project?\nYep, Reynolds narrated a movie for some Barrie teenagers a couple of years ago and he went above and beyond for the role. All they had to do was slide into his DMs to ask.\nNow that's the dream.\nThat Time He Became An Ottawa Meme\nRyan Reynolds sitting by himself at the parliament hill Canada Day celebration is a fucking mood. pic.twitter.com/XzsQgB98oX— Andrew Frye (@drewstevenfrye) July 1, 2019\nWhen Reynolds was caught on camera celebrating Canada Day alone on Parliament Hill, Ottawa took quickly to Twitter for a light-hearted laugh.\n"Ryan Reynolds sitting by himself at the parliament hill Canada Day celebration is a f*****g mood," one tweet reads. You got that right.\nOttawa, Forever In His Heart\nView this post on Instagram Newest @mintmobile customer. Also, owner of the company. To keep things above board, I’ll be paying myself $15 a month. #MintOwner A post shared by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on Nov 25, 2019 at 5:03am PST\nOnce an Ottawan, always an Ottawan. Reynolds continues to show support for his former stomping grounds in the form of donations.\nPlaces like the Ottawa Food Bank and the Distress Centre of Ottawa have received some serious recent love from the Deadpool star.\nThe Bromance We Never Knew We Needed\n@VancityReynolds thanks for the follow! - and on behalf of the people of Ottawa thank you for your generosity over the past few weeks. We look forward to seeing you at the rescheduled Governor General performing arts awards at @CanadasNAC #nicecanadian— Jim Watson (@JimWatsonOttawa) April 26, 2020\nAs the bustling bromance between Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson and Reynolds continues, fans suggest the Vancouver-born actor should have a key to the city already.\nAnd with all of the recent donations sent to the capital, we can't help but agree. Besides, let's not forget Reynolds is a former resident of the city.\nCOVID-19 Efforts\nView this post on Instagram Are you sick and tired of fashion? Is your mother-in-law hunting you? Visit: conquercovid19.ca and help those who REALLY need you. @yasmeensyedaa #conquercovid19 @conquercovid19ca A post shared by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on Apr 16, 2020 at 8:04am PDT\nDuring the COVID-19 pandemic, Reynolds has been doing his part to help out, especially in Ontario.\nReynolds and Canadian hockey player Hayley Wickenheiser joined forces to offer a bunch of sweet gifts to Torontonians in exchange for medical supplies.\nHe's also been handing out digital high-fives to people from Durham College and Cobourg, Ontario for their pandemic efforts.\nGiving Credit Where Credit Is Due\nHad an opportunity to connect with @VancityReynolds and @wick_22 at the @conquercovid19 PPE drive. I want to thank them for teaming up with the incredible #ConquerCOVID19 team. If you have masks, gloves, gowns and other supplies our frontline workers need please donate today. pic.twitter.com/5GxS5hkmw0— Doug Ford (@fordnation) April 11, 2020\nThe virtual shoutouts don't stop in Cobourg.\nReynolds recently called Ontario Premier Doug Ford to rave about the "miraculous" work the "Conquer COVID-19" team has been doing.\nAnd it seems the appreciation is a two-way street.\nSickKids Virtual Visit\nView this post on Instagram Update: I’m tiny. #detectivepikachu #Beijing 🇨🇳🇨🇳🇨🇳 A post shared by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on Apr 20, 2019 at 7:49pm PDT\nAlways charitable, Reynolds was naturally among the many stars to appear on the SickKids Hospital daily call-in show.\nThe Detective Pikachu star, along with Pikachu himself, chatted with the kids about movies and thin-crust pizza.\nHis Unbeleafable Gift For Toronto\nView this post on Instagram Hope it’s ok I borrowed your sweater @vancityreynolds. Help Ryan Help @SickKidsVS. Link in bio to donate before December 24. A post shared by Auston Matthews (@austonmatthews) on Dec 22, 2019 at 1:19pm PST\nNot only did Reynolds' iconic ugly Christmas sweater support a great cause, but he also let Toronto Maple Leaf, Auston Matthews borrow it.\nYep, pretty much the best gift Leafs fans could ask for. But who wore it best, that's the real question.\nAnimal Lovers\nView this post on Instagram I picked a good one. Happy birthday @vancityreynolds 🎈 A post shared by Blake Lively (@blakelively) on Oct 23, 2019 at 3:37pm PDT\nWhat do Ryan Reynolds and a tarantula from Ontario have in common? Well, apparently they both love Blake Lively. Then again, who doesn't?\nAccording to an article in E! Online, the couple came to an animal center in Sudbury back in 2013 to get up close and personal with some local critters.\nNow that's the kind of web content we hang around for.\nPediatric Centre Visit\nView this post on Instagram Если #БлейкЛайвли и ее муж #РайанРейнольдс в чем-то и соперничают друг с другом, так это разве что в том, кто из них остроумнее. Так, актриса вновь подшутила над мужем, опубликовав в инстаграме его снимок с новой прической — маленьким хвостиком. Ответ супруга не заставил себя ждать 😂 Как пара вновь сразилась в остроумии в сети — рассказываем по ссылке в описании нашего профиля 🔺 _________ #spletnik #spletnikru #blakelively #ryanreynolds A post shared by Spletnik (@spletnik_ru) on Apr 27, 2020 at 1:08am PDT\nAttending the Oscars? Nah.\nBack in 2013, Reynolds and Lively ditched the fancy award show to instead cheer up patients in a pediatric hospital in Sudbury, Ont.\nAn award-winning act of kindness, if you ask us.\nThat Time His Critics' Choice Dedication Made Us Cry\nView this post on Instagram My friend Connor McGrath would have been 14 years old tomorrow. He isn't here now, but he stuck around long enough to make everyone he knew fall over laughing. Right up to the very end he was as quick with a joke as he was with a hug. @makeawishamerica brought us together and nothing -- not even a cowardly, fuckfaced thing called cancer can take that away. Sending his amazing parents, Kim and Gerald McGrath crisp high fives and bear-hugs of love. Anything you do to support your local Make A Wish Foundation is alright with me. A post shared by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on Oct 8, 2016 at 1:40pm PDT\nThere wasn't a dry eye in the house when Reynolds dedicated his 2016 Critics' Choice award to two Ontario kids who recently lost their battle with cancer.\nIn an Instagram post, he wrote: "My friend Connor McGrath would have been 14 years old tomorrow.\nHe isn't here now, but he stuck around long enough to make everyone he knew fall over laughing." Excuse us for a moment.