After spending the past few weeks in America, Justin Bieber took a trip back to his home and native land to hang out with his family this weekend. That's right! The Biebs was spotted back in his hometown of Stratford, Ontario for a little quality time with Canada. 

Multiple people took to social media to share that they spotted the Canadian born musician in a few different cities in Ontario.  

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Considering the (possibly) newlywed couple recently purchased a mega-mansion outside of Cambridge, Ontario, it's unsurprising that they were spotted at a Tim Hortons in the area on Friday afternoon. A Twitter user said that she spotted Baldwin and Bieber at the cafe on Jamieson Pkwy just off of Townline Road. 

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That's when a photo was shared of the Canadian pop-star visiting his old stomping grounds at the Stratford-Perth YMCA. The post was shared on Facebook with the caption "We love it when the kids come home to visit us!!

Locals are aware that Justin actually started his singing career during the local YMCA's American Idol-style contest Stratford Star before he was discovered by Usher in 2007. Not only was the Bieb's seen hanging with YMCA staff, but he was also shooting hoops with fans in the gymnasium before posing for photos. 

While Baldwin was missing from Bieber's visit to the YMCA, it's likely that she was enjoying time with the Canadian singer's four other siblings or finishing up details for the house. According to her Instagram stories, the model was locked into the newest season of the Netflix true-crime drama, Making a Murderer, while on her weekend getaway.  

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No matter what you think of the Biebs, it's nice to see him enjoying time at home and revisiting his Canadian roots in Stratford. 

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