How many of these stories did you tweet about?
TORONTO – Canadians showed a strong sense of national pride online over the last year, banding together during times of national tragedy and celebrating big sports wins in 140-characters or less.
Twitter released its 2014 #YearOnTwitter report Wednesday, highlighting the top tweets, moments, hashtags and people on the social network.
The Oct. 22 shooting of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo at the National War Memorial in Ottawa was the year’s most talked about moment for Canadian Twitter users, according to the sites numbers. Canadians, politicians and celebrities alike used the hashtags #StaySafeOttawa and #PrayForOttawa to show support.
The Parliament Hill shooting wasn’t the only national tragedy to make the list.
The Moncton, N.B., shooting that left three…
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