As Canada’s federal election draws nearer, an increasing number of people in the spotlight are coming forward to encourage Canadians to get out and vote before Monday. On Wednesday afternoon, Barack Obama tweeted his support for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the upcoming election, and by Wednesday evening, Canadian superstar Ryan Reynolds had also shared a similar message.\nJust after 9 p.m. on Wednesday evening, Reynolds took to Twitter to share an important message with his 14.7 million followers. Posting an adorable photo of his wife, Blake Lively, and the youngest of their three kids, the Canadian actor wrote, “I love B.C. I want my daughters to experience the same natural playground I grew up in.”\nThe Vancouver-born actor went on, “On Oct. 21, the candidate you vote for will SHAPE CLIMATE POLICY. I’m proud of the climate progress made the last 4 years. Click Elections.ca for voting info.#Capilano.”\nWhile Reynolds doesn’t openly endorse any particular candidate for the upcoming election, he makes a reference to the last four years under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and says he is proud of the Liberal government's progress on climate.\nI love B.C. 🇨🇦 I want my daughters to experience the same natural playground I grew up in. On Oct. 21, the candidate you vote for will SHAPE CLIMATE POLICY. I’m proud of the climate progress made the last 4 years. Click https://t.co/gJ8wvRwD2y for voting info. #Capilano pic.twitter.com/a3itOeIqQx— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) October 17, 2019\nReynolds, who is no stranger to making waves on social media, showed how important the issue was to him, by including the first ever social media photo of his youngest daughter, whose face has been blurred out deliberately. He also revealed the sex of their baby for the first time, confirming rumours by saying, “my daughters.”\nWhile many of the responses and comments on Reynolds’ post focused on his new baby, others replied to applaud the actor for his political involvement this close to the election. One person tweeted, “I love it when you use your powers for good."\nAnother added, “Well said! I wouldn't trade living in beautiful BC for anything. Let's all do our part to keep it beautiful."\nI love it when you use your powers for good.— ฿Ø₲ ₩ł₮₵Ⱨ (@VonBitchPants) October 17, 2019\nWell said! I wouldn't trade living in beautiful BC for anything. Let's all do our part to keep it beautiful ❤️ @VancityReynolds— West Coast Warrior (@WarriorCoast) October 17, 2019\nI started following you because of this tweet - you’re welcome.— Blair (@DonohueBlair) October 17, 2019\nCould we love you more ? 🧡— Bozocup Ski 🇨🇦 (@Bozocup) October 17, 2019\nRyan Reynolds isn’t the first big name to start talking publicly about the Canadian federal election recently. Hollywood superstar Rihanna actually DM'ed with NDP leader Jagmeet Singh earlier this month, and Toronto Raptors' Masai Ujiri reportedly shared his support for Justin Trudeau.\nFormer U.S. President, Barack Obama, also endorsed the Prime Minister, tweeting on Wednesday, “The world needs [Trudeau’s] progressive leadership now, and I hope our neighbors to the north support him for another term."\nView this post on Instagram Among friends tonight after a busy first day. #G7 Entre amis ce soir après une première journée chargée. #G7 A post shared by Justin Trudeau (@justinpjtrudeau) on May 26, 2016 at 2:40pm PDT\nWith the election now just days away, it remains to be seen how much of an effect these celebrity endorsements could actually have on Canadian voters.\nPolls will close on Monday night.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.