Canada Action’s Top 20 Tweets of 2021

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Canada Action has once again had an incredibly successful year in 2021, surpassing our online reach in 2020 on various social media platforms such as Twitter.

To celebrate that success and make sure we head into the next year running full speed, we’ve compiled a list of some of our best performing tweets in 2021 with high impressions from 1 through 20 below. We hope you enjoy!

On another note, we wish that you end this year off well and have your best one yet in 2022 – just like we hope to do as well! So, have a happy rest of your holidays and we will see you in the new year! Also see:

Canada Action's Top 20 Tweets of 2021

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