It has been 86 days since Canada 150 celebrations kicked off, and we’re keeping tabs on some of Canada’s loudest and proudest supporters online.  This group is sharing Canadian stories and popular culture with their followers and broadly, using the hashtag #Canada150.

Sandy (@CanBlogHouse)Ottawa, ON

Sandy is a freelance writer, blogger and a social media influencer who has been covering Canada’s best places/events on her site, Canadian Blog House. She will frequently share posts tagged with #Canada150 and #Ottawa2017 to support Canadian businesses and events.


Red Couch Tour (@redcouchtour)Ottawa, ON

The Red Couch Tour is a bilingual Canada 150 Fund Signature Initiative led by ELPIO Production, a not-for-profit organization specializing in events production based in Ottawa.

It is a coast-to-coast road show, where Canadians are invited  to sit down on a red couch and share what Canada means to them. The team will be showcasing their visits on their website and on YouTube.


Kelley Teahen (@kteahen)Toronto, ON

Kelley Teahen is a Senior Communications and Public Relations Professional. On February 1st, Teahen pledged on Twitter to post one thing that defines Canada for her for the next 150 days.

She also shares these posts in more detail on her blog, Teahen Tales.


Culinary Historians of Canada (@CulHistCan)

The Culinary Historians of Canada’s mission is to inspire appreciation and advance knowledge of Canada’s food history. Through programs, events and publications, the group educates its members and the public about the foods and beverages of Canada’s past.

It has invited good bloggers to participate in a “Canada 150 Food Blog Challenge,” where entrants can submit recipes around a Canadian kitchen staple.

Ryan Sigouin (@Bacontep) – Ottawa, ON

Ryan Sigouin is a Public Service Renewal Advisor for the Privy Council Office. Since January 1st, Sigouin has been sharing facts about Canada daily, which span across a variety of topics.

Canada 150 Music (@canada150music)Brantford, ON

Jason & Mandi LaFauci planned to develop a Canada 150 music project back in 2017. On their site, Canada150 Music, they showcase a ‘tune of the day’ from a Canadian artist, past or present. They hope to develop a city tour promoting local Canadian bands in the future.


CNW Canada 150 (@CNWCanada150)Toronto, ON & Montreal, QC

CNW created a dedicated Twitter feed for all things Canada 150! On this curated account, our team shares all news releases tagged with Canada 150, along with relevant content.



Who do you go to for Canada 150 content? Tell us in the comments below, or tweet us @Cision_Canada.

Learn more about how Cision and CNW are amplifying and measuring Canada 150 conversations online.

About Cision Media Research

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