A new trend has emerged online, with Canadians going viral for posting their own videos of themselves performing, singing, dancing or posing for photos in front of a camera.
Some of the videos have gone viral, with some even garnering millions of views on YouTube.
The videos are usually accompanied by an explanation of the video’s origin, such as how they came to be or how they’re different from their popular counterparts.
Some videos are funny, but most people seem to agree on one thing: The clips are fun to watch, but not all videos are created equal.
Some people like to take the videos that have captured the public’s attention and turn them into their own personal YouTube channel.
Other videos, however, are more serious, with the aim of showcasing what the public sees as the most beautiful parts of the world.
Some examples of videos posted by people in Canada include:The Toronto-born singer-songwriter, guitarist, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Mark Bell, has a number of YouTube videos up, including one about his travels to the Philippines, a trip that he says made him realise that people should make more videos about their travels.
“The Philippines is a beautiful place, and I love it, but I think there are a lot of people who don’t know that,” Bell said.
“I hope that people will make more of these videos and share them around so we can all experience the world together.”
A video titled ‘The most beautiful part of the globe’ has garnered more than 6 million views on Bell’s channel, which he uses to showcase the beauty of the Philippines.
A similar video, titled ‘What the fuck do you call a woman who wears a burqa?’, has garnered nearly 6 million YouTube views.
And, for those of us who are not as well-known as the stars, there’s also a video called ‘The Most Beautiful Day in Canada’ which has been viewed more than 100 million times.
Some Canadians have gone beyond simply sharing their own experiences and also shared photos of themselves in front or behind a camera, using the hashtag #bostonlivesmatter to highlight the positive impact that the recent shooting death of a young man in the US had on communities in Canada.
Many people are also taking to social media to voice their anger over the shooting death in the city of Boston.
“They murdered a young American citizen, and we were told that it’s a hate crime, but the police did nothing, no one came forward,” one person wrote.
“This was not a hate incident.
This was a senseless murder, and the police have failed to respond.”
There are many other examples of Canadian videos going viral on social media, which shows that the hashtag can be a powerful tool for reaching a wider audience.
The video titled #BostonLivesMatter has more than 10 million views and is the most popular video on the Canadian channel.
It is also the second most popular YouTube video of the month, behind a video titled “The Most Powerful People in the World”.
The hashtag #BostonMatter also has more views than the #blacklivesmatter hashtag, which has garnered about 11 million views.
As with many viral videos, the reactions to these videos can vary wildly.
Many of the responses on Twitter were critical, and many of the commenters on Facebook had harsh things to say about Bell’s videos.
But one video has caught the attention of many people.
The Canadian singer-guitarist, songwriter, producer, singer-musician and actor, Justin Vernon, shared the video of himself in a blue and white shirt on Twitter, along with his message: “There is a lot to be said for sharing your love for this country with others.
Please share this video with as many people as possible.”
The video has already attracted over 17 million views, with more than 1 million shares.
“Thank you, Justin.
That was a huge response,” Bell told the CBC.”
That’s the type of response we all want to get, that we want to reach as many as we can.”
The videos have been viewed almost 3.5 million times on Bell and his channel.
“It is amazing, and it is a huge amount of attention, because we’re just trying to show that people can do that, that they can make videos that aren’t just funny,” Bell added.