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Events Twitter looks back at the 2018/2019 NHL regular season

Twitter Canada's Christopher Doyle profiles the trends, teams and players who told the NHL story on Twitter during the 2018/2019 regular season.

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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.

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Insights Who is Canada's GOAT on Twitter?

From the worlds of sports, entertainment, literature and beyond, there is much debate on Twitter to decide who the GOAT (greatest of all-time) for Canada is.

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Insights What Twitter told us about the first half of the 2018/2019 NHL season

Young stars, top teams and familiar faces in new places told the story of the NHL on Twitter during the first half of the 2018/2019 season.

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Insights Canada's most memorable Twitter brand campaigns & brand voices for 2018

Here is a snapshot of some Canadian brands who joined the conversation and became #WhatsHappening on Twitter in 2018.

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Insights Year on Twitter: Canadian Entertainment in 2018

New insights from Twitter Canada show that amongst Canadians on Twitter, it was a mix of global sensations and homegrown talent that owned the entertainment conversation this year on Twitter.

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Insights Year on Twitter: Canadian Sports in 2018

Olympics heroes, championships and familiar faces in new places told the Twitter story of Canadian sports in 2018.

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Insights Year on Twitter: Canadian Politics in 2018

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

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Insights Talking Twitter with BNN Bloomberg's Jon Erlichman

BNN Bloomberg's Jon Erlichman blends business insights with historical snapshots on Twitter, making him a amazing follow for users across Canada and around the world.

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Insights FONK is the new FOMO

New research from Twitter Canada shows that FOMO is quickly becoming a thing of the past. In its place, FONK (fear of not knowing) is on the rise.

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