The final tally is in! Canadians think the beaver should be the emoji to represent Canada. Let's hope Apple and Co. are watching and taking notes, because we want that beaver emoji and we want it now.\nToday, Canadians voted in a Twitter poll hosted by CBC about what emoji should be added to our devices to best represent Canada. If you recall, this whole thing started on World Emoji Day, July 17, when CBC offered up four suggestions for a new Canadian emoji.\nThe four proposed images were the beaver, maple syrup, a butter tart, or a toque.\nThe tweet sparked feedback from Canadian Twitter users who wanted to have their say on the action. The suggestions from Canadians and the ones CBC put forward led CBC to start a poll today in hopes to find the definitive emoji.\nAnd of course, the beaver won. Unfortunately, though, there appear to be no current plans to actually introduce the emoji at this point.\nOn #WorldEmojiDay we pitched four new Canadian emojis and you responded with ideas of your own. Now let's decide once and for all which emoji shall be decreed the best representation of our fair nation. Scroll to vote in Round 1! pic.twitter.com/ZKIhrpZlGo— CBC (@CBC) July 31, 2019\nThe options were maple syrup, a flannel shirt, a butter tart, an inukshuk, a Nanaimo bar, a toque, poutine, or the beaver.\nThe final poll actually had three options to choose from because - in the ultimate Canadian fashion - instead of doing a tie-breaker between maple syrup and an inukshuk, CBC decided to let both compete in the final against the beaver.\nMAPLE SYRUP vs. INUKSHUK vs. BEAVERThere hasn't been a competition like this since the 1994 @TheJUNOAwards when Celine Dion beat out Rita MacNeil, Sarah McLachlan, Anne Murray and Alannah Myles for Best Female Vocalist.— CBC (@CBC) July 31, 2019\nIt was a tight race, with the beaver only taking home 37 percent of the vote. And while its opponents fought valiantly, we're proud of our national animal for winning the battle.\nSome people were having a hard time picking a side.\nWhy do we have to pick? All represent Canada. I'm going to be greedy and say all of them!— AcK (@aconniek) July 31, 2019\nSome had alternative suggestions, including a different kind of Canadian staple.\nNeed a stubby beer bottle emoji— Don Brown (@WoodlawnDon) July 31, 2019\nAnd some got creative, which is always great to see. Some got pretty creative indeed.\nA common theme seemed to be doubling down on the Canadiana by combining the beaver with other true north activities.\nHas to be a beaver drinking a bottle of maple syrup.— Rich Miller (@MillerTimeCars) July 31, 2019\nA beaver eating maple syrup would be awesome!— NoirB (@NoirB6) July 31, 2019\nSpill a little of the maple syrup down the front of the flannel shirt.— Ruth M Johnson (@CyberHealth) July 31, 2019\nBeaver wearing a tuque.— Mike Bauman (@mikey_bauman) July 31, 2019\nO Canada!