US Election: 'Emotional Support Canadians' Is Still Trending & Now Animals Are Involved

As Americans anxiously await the results of the U.S. election, Canadians online are offering their support. 

Using the phrase “emotional support Canadians,” thousands of Canucks offered words of advice and comfort to their southern neighbours.

At the same time, thousands of U.S. Twitter-users called out to request their own “emotional support Canadian.”

In the early hours of Wednesday morning, with no election result in sight, Canada’s animals have now come to the rescue.

Editor's Choice: Americans Are Searching Twitter To Find Their Very Own “Emotional Support Canadian”

Beginning on Tuesday evening, and through until Wednesday morning, Canadians offered up photos and videos of their furry friends to show their support.

All sorts of adorable and fluffy faces flooded Twitter, including dogs, cats, rabbits and more.

There was photos of polar bears, pigs and even raccoons, accompanied with sweet messages from those offering to be an "emotional support Canadian."

While there's still no result in sight, it's hard not to feel better after all that, eh?

This Is Why November Is Far & Away The Worst Month In Canada

All in favour of scrapping November and staying in bed, say aye. 🥶

It's only when your Halloween hangover (sugar and alcohol) finally leaves you do you realize the true horror has begun — November is here.

Everyone has a favourite and least-favourite time of year, but I think it's hard to argue that November is by far the most unpleasant month out of any in Canada. The fun memories of summer have definitely faded, and we're still a cold, damp month away from any holiday fun.

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Say goodbye to fall and hello to winter because snow is on its way next month. Toronto's weather is set to have a very snowy and chilly November, according to the Farmer's Almanac long-range forecast.

The average temperature of the month is predicted to be four degrees below average at -2 C which means you may not want to hang out on a patio anymore unless it's substantially heated.

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Canadian author Robert Munsch, 76, who is famous for his children's stories, revealed he has dementia in an interview with CBC's 'The Next Chapter' and Canadians are pouring out support on Twitter.

"I have ongoing dementia," said Munsch, who once worked at the University of Guelph, in an interview with CBC.

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Well, it's official — Canada's Wonderland has opened its doors to the general public, welcoming visitors back at 25% capacity. The park, which had been closed since 2019, finally opened to season pass holders on Monday, July 5, for a two-day preview.

Narcity's Ailish Forfar spent the day exploring the park and its new features, which include new safety requirements for guests while they enjoy the rides.

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