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Michele Austin

‎@_MicheleAustin‎

Head of Government, Public Policy and Philanthropy

Events Introducing the 2020 Canadian Indigenous History Month Emoji

Celebrating National Indigenous History Month (#IndigenousHistoryMonth) each June on Twitter is an important tribute to the heritage and diversity of First Nation, Inuit, and Métis communities.

Insights Inside the 43rd Canadian general election on Twitter

It's election season in Canada. As Canadians head to the polls next month for the 43rd Canadian general election, Twitter will serve the public conversation as

Company An update on Canadian political advertising

Twitter Canada is sharing steps advertisers can take to prepare for this fall's federal election in Canada.

Insights An inside look at Canadian public transit on Twitter

Millions of Canadians rely on public transit everyday and Twitter is increasingly an important complement for those looking for the latest transit details in their communities.

Company Providing clarity on political advertising in Canada

At Twitter, we are expanding our political advertising transparency efforts to Canada.

Events Introducing the Indigenous History Month Twitter emoji for 2019

Janelle Wawia, a self-taught artist from Opwaaganisining First Nation, has designed a new Twitter emoji for Indigenous History Month 2019.

Events How to follow the 2019 Alberta general election on Twitter

Twitter will be home to the public conversation in the lead-up to the 30th Alberta general election. Here are the individuals, insights and hashtags that are defining the discourse.

Insights Year on Twitter: Canadian Politics in 2018

These were the names, topics and trends that told the story of Canadian politics in 2018.

Events Empowering girls everywhere on International Day of the Girl

Each year, October 11th is recognized as the International Day of the Girl (#DayOfTheGirl) by the United Nations. New for 2018, Twitter has introduced an original Twitter emoji for the occasion.

Insights Inside the Liberal cabinet shuffle on Twitter

The Liberal government has updated its cabinet with many new and familiar names in new roles. Here is a Twitter snapshot of what happened here.