Facebook, Instagram & WhatsApp Are Down In A Huge Outage Across Canada

*Update: On October 4 around 6:30 p.m. EDT Facebook officials confirmed that their services were coming back online.

According to reports, Facebook, Instagram, and Whatsapp are all currently experiencing outages.

On Monday, October 4, Downdetector, which is a platform that reports when services are experiencing outages, said that the three popular social media platforms were all experiencing problems.

Facebook and Whatsapp both tweeted about the issue.

Both social media platforms confirmed that they are working to "get things back to normal."

Some even took to Twitter to verify the news as well as share some funny memes about the situation.

Jack Dorsey is quitting Twitter.

The social media site's founder and CEO tweeted his resignation on Monday after reports surfaced earlier in the day that he was on his way out.

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Lush Is Quitting Most Social Media & It Won't Come Back Until Things Are Less 'Harmful'

Lush doesn't want to lead anyone down a "dark and dangerous alleyway" online 👀

Lush is officially that friend who quits social media because they can't take it anymore.

The cosmetics brand says it'll shut down most of its social channels under a new "anti-social media policy" this week, in a not-so-subtle jab at several companies including Facebook Meta.

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If you thought there was chemistry between Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian on Saturday Night Live, it looks like you were right.

The two are officially dating according to E! News, and rapper Flavor Flav was the first one to share a photo of them together Thursday on Instagram.

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Facebook & Instagram Messenger Went Down & Now You Can Blame Meta For It

Users were beyond annoyed because they couldn't send messages 😒

Many users complained about problems with Facebook and Instagram Messenger on Wednesday and it's officially time to blame someone else for them.

That someone else is Meta, the new name for Facebook Inc., which Zuckerberg introduced at a Facebook Connect event last week.

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