🇨🇦Welcome to the Rock, Barack🇺🇸

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Barack Obama and Zita Cobb sit on chairs handmade in Fogo, Cobb’s hometown. (Submitted by David Howells)

Welcome to the Rock, Barack: Thousands fill Mile One for evening with Obama

Barack Obama interviewed by Fogo Island entrepreneur Zita Cobb on stage

Thousands of people filled Mile One Centre in St. John’s on Tuesday night to hear the 44th Barack2019president of the United States speak about climate change, misinformation — and hope.

Barack Obama sat on stage for about an hour, answering questions from Zita Cobb, the social entrepreneur behind the Fogo Island Inn, a luxury hotel in her hometown.

Sitting in chairs handmade on Fogo Island, Cobb welcomed Obama, who hails from Hawaii, and called him a “fellow islander.”

“The performance was spectacular. Barack Obama was everything you’d imagine him to be,” said attendee Kathy Hodgkinson on the steps of Mile One.

“He was measured and intelligent and thoughtful, and it was a privilege to be here tonight to listen to him.”

Local talent sets stage

The evening opened with music from Alan Doyle, Tim Baker, and the Shallaway Youth Choir.  The St. John’s Board of Trade, which hosted the event, said it didn’t sell out, but more than 5,000 people attended.

The board wouldn’t say how much it cost to organize the event. Tickets cost $100 to $325 while meet-and-greet packages, which included several tickets and photos with Obama, went for as much as $10,000.

Message of hope

The conversation between innkeeper and world leader focused largely on community, climate change, and democracy. 

Obama said people should not feel hopeless about climate change; the world will look different but there are ways to grapple with the differences, he said.

He argued for “responsible capitalism” as part of the solution to job insecurity, which, he contended, leads to nationalism.

Radical movements are growing fast, he warned, because of the proliferation of misinformation on social media networks, and he called on his audience to think critically about where they get their information. 

True to style, Obama’s message was a hopeful acknowledgement of the world’s problems and an offer of solutions. 

It resonated deeply with Memorial University student Mehzabin Chowdhury, 19.

“For students like us, coming all the way from Bangladesh, it was a life-changing opportunity,” she said.

“He’s a great leader. I’ve always looked up to him.”

 

🇺🇸 October 12 – The Legacy of Matthew Shepard 🌹️

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Shepard’s murder was not just tragic, but horrific. After leaving a bar with two men, he was kidnapped, robbed, brutally beaten and tied to a fence, where he was left overnight to die.

Twenty-one years ago at 12:53 a.m. in Fort Collins, CO, Matthew Shepard died with his family by his side. Five days prior, he had been brutally attacked and left for dead in Laramie, WY, becoming the victim of one of the most notorious anti-gay hate crimes in this nation’s history.

Since that day, his parents, Judy and Dennis Shepard have led countless LGBTQ+ and allied advocates through difficult, impactful, and we hope lasting, change in Matt’s memory. But to quote Judy, “we aren’t doing it for him. We can’t help Matt anymore. But we all can and should help those who came after him.”

So, reflecting on this profound moment that changed the way we talk about and deal with hate in America, the Matthew Shepard Foundation challenges you today not to look backward in regret, but instead to honor Matt’s legacy by taking action toward a better future.

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Matthew’s Parents Judy & Denis Shepard

October 28th will mark the 10th anniversary of the signing of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act. The legislation, fought for tirelessly by his parents and a sweeping coalition of civil rights advocates, finally brought LGBTQ+ Americans under the protection of federal hate crimes law. Matt’s and Mr. Byrd’s namesake statute also extended recognition to victims of bias crimes based on gender identity and disability, and provided vital aid and training for law enforcement nationwide.

The Shepard-Byrd Act was a historic victory, but I don’t have to tell you that discrimination, violence and bigotry are rising again, threatening our efforts to erase hate and replace it with understanding and compassion. Sadly, the Foundation’s mission is more important than ever before.

Matt’s case gained international prominence and inspired millions of people to act. But in our work, we also remember and advocate for those too-numerous victims whose names have not risen to the world’s attention. In honor of them all, we name just a few whose lives also demand justice. Billy Jack Gaither. Sean Kennedy. Angie Zapata. James Anderson. Remember them and share in our work to prevent these tragedies from ever happening again.

Because although two decades have passed, we know that all of these stories hold the power to inspire, to bring diverse groups together, and change hearts and minds. We ask you to stand with the Matthew Shepard Foundation and take action today:

Get Educated – Learn more about the alarming increase of hate in this country and how you can be part of the solution.

Register to Vote – Our voice is the most powerful tool to erase hate. Make your voice heard and vote in 2020!

Contribute to the Matthew Shepard Foundation – Your donation directly impacts our programmatic efforts to erase hate, including hate crimes training, advocacy, education and legacy support.

Amplify the story of Matt, embody his vigor for civil rights, and share his passion to foster a more caring and just world.

With Hope,

Jason Marsden, Matthew Shepard Foundation Executive Director

This video was produced for the American Giving Awards presented by Chase. The Matthew Shepard Foundation competed for a share of $2 million in grants. The Foundation ended up receiving $250,000 thanks to our many supporters. For more information on the Foundation visit http://www.MatthewShepard.org and http://www.MatthewsPlace.com

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🇺🇸 Michelle Obama🌹️Girls Opportunity Alliance🌹️

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Happy International Day of the Girl, everyone! 
A year ago today, the Obama Foundation launched the Girls Opportunity Alliance to empower adolescent girls through education.

Welcome to the Global Girls Alliance 

Michelle Obama meets with Girls Opportunity Alliance leaders – Nov 15, 2019

Obama Foundation – Right now, more than 98 million adolescent girls around the world are not in school. We all have a responsibility to change that. On International Day of the Girl, the Obama Foundation launched the Global Girls Alliance—a program which seeks to empower adolescent girls around the world through education, allowing them to achieve their full potential and to transform their families, communities, and countries. Join the alliance—because the future of our world is only as bright as our girls. http://www.GlobalGirlsAlliance.org

This cause is close to my heart. Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to meet so many unnamed (1)inspiring girls from all around the world. From Cambodia and Japan to Morocco and Liberia, I’ve seen the promise unique to each one of them—and the resolve they have inside to get their education. Theirs are the stories and the smiling faces that have inspired me to keep doing everything I can to lift up these young women so they can fulfill their boundless potential.
 
Right now, more than 98 million adolescent girls around the world are not in school. These girls are bright and hardworking, and when they have the chance to fulfill their potential with an education, they can transform families, communities, and even entire countries.
 
We know that when we give these girls a chance to learn, they will seize it. That’s why we’ve been working to lift up the grassroots leaders and organizations around the world who empower girls every single day. 

Obama Foundation – Mrs. Obama is committed to helping girls around the world get access to the education they deserve. That’s why at the 2019 Leaders: Africa convening, she’s calling on the 200 emerging leaders from across the African continent to continue their important work to empower their communities and to support access to girls’ education in Africa and around the world. You can learn more about the Leaders: Africa program and the Girls Opportunity Alliance at obama.org

Watch a special announcement from Michelle Obama about the Girls Opportunity Alliance for the Day of the Girl.

Today, on the Day of the Girl, I’m thrilled to share the news that in December, I’ll be traveling to Asia to meet with some of these girls and the organizations that support them. I’ll be going to Vietnam, where the Girls Opportunity Alliance is collaborating with Room to Read to shine a light on important efforts to empower girls. Together, we hope to equip more girls with the critical skills they need to become leaders of their own lives. I can’t wait to share these incredible stories with you, and I’m excited that the Girls Opportunity Alliance will be teaming up with the Today Show and YouTube Originals to introduce you to the girls we meet along the way.
 
On the Day of the Girl and beyond, I hope that all of you will find a way to support education for adolescent girls around the world. You don’t have to fly to Vietnam—you can host a bake sale, organize a project with your friends, get your office involved, and so much more. 
 
Check out the projects on the Girls Opportunity Alliance Fund and let us know how you’re taking action—because the future of our world is only as bright as our girls. 

—Michelle 

Obama Foundation – To celebrate girls around the world, former First Lady Michelle Obama launched the Global Girls Alliance to empower adolescent girls through education on International Day of the Girl. From a roundtable discussion to her appearance on the TODAY Show, relive the inspiring two-day launch.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Michelle Obama is grooving to the tunes of Beyonce, Demi Lovato and Esperanza Spalding as she celebrates the International Day of the Girl. The first lady tweeted Sunday a link to her “girl power” music playlist on the streaming music platform Spotify. Mrs. Obama is promoting her “Let Girls Learn” campaign, which aims to expand access to education for more than 62 million girls around the world— some in developing countries— and encourages American girls to take advantage of their opportunities.

Watch Michelle Obama speak on International Women’s Day – Mar 8, 2016

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ANNOUNCING THE NEW BECOMING JOURNAL

What’s your journey of becoming? This gorgeous journal features an intimate and inspiring introduction by Michelle Obama and thought-provoking questions and prompts to help you discover—and rediscover—your story.

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IN A LIFE filled with meaning and accomplishment, Michelle Obama has emerged as one of the most iconic and compelling women of our era. As First Lady of the United States of America—the first African American to serve in that role—she helped create the most welcoming and inclusive White House in history, while also establishing herself as a powerful advocate for women and girls in the U.S. and around the world, dramatically changing the ways that families pursue healthier and more active lives, and standing with her husband as he led America through some of its most harrowing moments. Along the way, she showed us a few dance moves, crushed Carpool Karaoke, and raised two down-to-earth daughters under an unforgiving media glare.

In her memoir, a work of deep reflection and mesmerizing storytelling, Michelle Obama invites readers into her world, chronicling the experiences that have shaped her—from her childhood on the South Side of Chicago to her years as an executive balancing the demands of motherhood and work, to her time spent at the world’s most famous address. With unerring honesty and lively wit, she describes her triumphs and her disappointments, both public and private, telling her full story as she has lived it—in her own words and on her own terms. Warm, wise, and revelatory, Becoming is the deeply personal reckoning of a woman of soul and substance who has steadily defied expectations—and whose story inspires us to do the same.

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🇬🇧WE Day 💙United Kingdom💙

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WE – Streamed live on Mar 6, 2019

Watch from The SSE Arena, Wembley, for WE Day UK, an unparalleled event bringing together A-list celebrities, inspiring speakers and world leaders, mixed with uplifting stories of change from real people.

The Royal Family – Published on Mar 6, 2019

His Royal Highness speaks to a Wembley Stadium full of young people about the issues of mental health and climate change.

Jack & Jack – “Rise” (Live from WE Day UK) – Mar 7, 2018

HRVY – “Personal” (Live from WE Day UK 2018) – Mar 7, 2018

 

Jessie J – ‘Price Tag’ (Live from WE Day UK 2017) – Mar 2, 2017

Liam Payne – “Polaroid” (Live from WE Day UK) – Mar 6, 2019

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🇨🇦 WE DAY 💙 United Nations 🇺🇳

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Watch as Princess Beatrice speaks live from WE Day UN in Brooklyn, NY. Filmed live on September 26, 2018 from Barclays Center.

Kendrick Sampson – “I am a fighter for human rights” – WE Day UN  – Published on Sep 26, 2018

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– United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres answers questions on gender equality, #ClimateAction, the power of youth and more with UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador Aidan Gallagher at the #UNGA.

 

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🇨🇦 The Power of kindness 🌹️9/11 Remembered🌹️ 🌎

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The world was forever changed 18 years ago today. On September 11, 2001, Newfoundlanders and Labradorians opened their doors, and their hearts, to the world. The power of kindness transformed something so terrible into something we can forever be proud of. Today we remember all those who were lost and reflect on the events of that day and how the world has changed since. It seems so common now on this day to ask friends and colleagues “where were you on 9/11?” Well, I was working at the pharmacy at that time, long before entering into provincial politics, and the day started off like any other Tuesday. Then, like many of you at work or school that morning, I heard the terrible news of the attacks in New York City. I remember feeling that same sense of shock, fear and sadness that you all felt on that day. We’re all connected, and tragedy brings us closer. As Premier, I’m extraordinary proud of the people of our province every day, but especially today as I look back at the generosity and selflessness you showed by welcoming thousands of strangers into your homes – because it was the right thing to do. ~ Dwight Ball, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador

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Today we remember the tragic events that took 3,000 lives 18 years ago in New York and Washington, D.C. on September 11th. We also remember the determination of the first responders to help under very difficult circumstances. Here in NL the response to help was also evident as communities came together offering support to the thousands of passengers whose flights were diverted to our province. Those efforts are now celebrated in the Tony award-winning production Come From Away that shares real life personal accounts of those affected. Let us #NeverForget that in times of adversity we are stronger together. #kindnessmatters #911Day  – Lieutenant Governor Judy M. Foote

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Eight passenger planes brought about 1,200 unexpected guests into Stephenville Airport following terrorist attacks in the United States on Sept. 11, 2001.

 

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Stephenville Airport (IATAYJTICAOCYJT) is an airport located 1 nautical mile (1.9 km; 1.2 mi) south southeast of Stephenville, Newfoundland and LabradorCanada. It was built by the United States Air Force and operated as Ernest Harmon Air Force Base from 1941-1966.

The airport serves not only the town of Stephenville, but the city of Corner Brook to the north, and as far south as Port aux Basques, making the total catchment 100,000 people.

The airport is classified as an airport of entry by Nav Canada and is staffed by the Canada Border Services Agency who are able to process general aviation with up to 30 passenger

September 11, 2001 brought news of the most heinous terrorist attack in North American history to residents of Newfoundland and Labrador. With it descended a heavy fog of helplessness.

The usual 9 a.m. bustle at Bay St. George campus/Headquarters of College of the North Atlantic slowed to a crawl as people trickled in around the lobby television in disbelief. They were watching the aftermath of what was then thought to be a bizarre air traffic accident involving a commercial jet and the North Tower of New York’s World Trade Center, when a second commercial jet appeared from nowhere and slammed into the South Tower. As the world watched through live telecast, one tower collapsed, one was ablaze, and the horrendous had turned into the utterly incomprehensible.

Little did students and employees of CNA know at that moment that they would become a beacon of light in the darkest of hours.

Cyril Organ, Associate District Administrator at Building 432 of the Bay St. George campus, was at work and was paralyzed in horror along with the crowd gathering in the lobby. Then he received a telephone call informing him that up to 27 planes would be landing at Stephenville Airport en route from Europe and other countries to US destinations (poor weather allowed only eight to land). He quickly sprung into action to ready the college to host the passengers, and the feeling of helplessness began to dissipate. Read more click here. 

The CBC doc that explores how Gander Newfoundland took in 7,000 stranded passengers during 9/11 and inspired the Broadway hit musical “Come From Away”.

This week, we remember the ones we lost, but we also celebrate the extraordinary kindness that was shown 18 years ago. These words were displayed on the desk of Mayor Claude Elliott in Gander through to his retirement in 2017.

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Watch the Broadway cast of Come From Away perform the opening number, “Welcome to the Rock.” The National Tour will begin in Seattle at The 5th Avenue Theatre and run October 9-November 4, 2018. Come From Away is an intimate and breathtaking new musical that inspires hope and is a reminder of the humanity in all of us. The Tony-Award® winning musical had its first workshop reading in the basement rehearsal halls of The 5th Avenue Theatre as part of our New Works program and returns home to Seattle for the launch of the tour

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🇬🇧 Max And Harvey ⚡️ Stranger ⚡️

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Max and Harvey Mills are identical twins, who began singing at eight years old. They rose to fame on musical.ly, creating lip-syncing videos. They released their own debut single, One More Day In Love, in December 2016, followed by further songs, both covers and originals. Max & Harvey, who are now 16, have since become regulars on CBBC, including hosting their own show, Max and Harvey: FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out).

Crazy right? We’re releasing a song that NO ONE has heard yet 😱🤯 It comes out on Friday the 13th oOoOoO wow. Spooky. You can pre-save it right now. Please do. Would mean the world. smarturl.it/savestranger #DONTBEASTRANGER #STRANGER

STRANGER – MAX & HARVEY (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO) WORLD PREMIERE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 8PM LONDON • 3PM NEW YORK • 12PM LOS ANGELES •

NotJustTWO – Published on Aug 5, 2019

Max & Harvey sing Electric at the CBBC Summer Social, Max & Harvey perform their new pop ballad Electric on a special edition of Saturday Mash-Up! live from the CBBC Summer Social in Liverpool, while almost the entire CBBC presenting team try to get in on the act and put them off. —

Max & Harvey – Premiered Mar 1, 2019

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🇺🇳 A message from Zeid Raad Al Hussein

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Dear Friends, It is a great pleasure to write to you for the first time as a member of The Elders.

5297041503420416When I was invited to join this illustrious group in January, I said that “in an age when poor leadership, injustice and suffering is rife, The Elders’ vision of a world where people live in peace and are conscious of their common humanity is essential.”

I have had the privilege of joining my fellow Elders to advocate this message when we visited refugees from the vicious war in South Sudanat a camp in Ethiopia on the occasion of our May board meeting in that country.

All too often, the voices of the victims of conflict – those forcibly displaced from their homes, or victims of violence and human rights abuses – are overlooked or marginalised both by national and regional leaders, and the international community.

The same sadly applies to the people most at risk from perhaps the greatest existential threat facing our planet today: climate change.

We have all been shocked by the dreadful images of destructive fires in the Amazon rainforest in recent weeks.

This “lung of the world” is critical to sustaining life and biodiversity on Earth, and its rampant destruction, linked to logging and intensive farming, threatens to exacerbate the already dangerous effects of climate change and makes it even harder to keep global temperature rises below the critical level of 1.5 degrees.

No group is more threatened by the destruction of the Amazon rainforest than the indigenous people who have lived in and preserved its nature for generations. These proud communities, all too often marginalised and denied their fundamental rights, have a rich and sophisticated knowledge of their habitat. This makes them effective conservationists and guardians of biodiversity, and indispensable fighters against climate change, who deserve our protection and support.

The failure of Brazil’s leaders and the wider international community to respond adequately to this latest climate emergency is profoundly alarming. Although the recent declarationby G7 leaders was a small step in the right direction, the $20 million they pledged to help tackle the Amazon fires goes nowhere near enough towards tackling the problem.

An isolationist approach can never deliver credible or sustainable responses to the global challenges we face, from climate change to nuclear proliferation. Too often, mediocre leaders compound these problems by failing to act in the best interests of their people.

This is why we, as Elders, deplored the termination in early Augustof the Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty between Russia and the United States, which played a crucial role in ending Cold War tensions and removing the threat of a devastating nuclear war on the European continent.

It is also why we will be calling on world leaders to commit to bold, urgent actions at the UN Climate Summit in New York later this month.

The Amazon fires underscore why this is no time for complacency or obfuscation. The passion and determination of young people around the world who are striking for climate action and climate justice should both shame and inspire us all.    

The Elders will continue to demand urgent action, and stand in solidarity with young people and civil society fighting for their rights and positive change. As ever, we remain deeply grateful for your support in sustaining our work.

🇨🇦 Shawn Mendes⭕Foundation️🎸

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Shawn Mendes Launches the Shawn Mendes Foundation, Encourages Youth to Promote Positive Change

For a long time, I’ve wanted to find a way to amplify the causes that my fans care deeply about, and to further help them make their voices heard. Our generation has the power to change the future of our planet, and to help carry that change forward for so many generations to follow. With that, I’m so excited to announce the launch of The Shawn Mendes Foundation, to support causes that are important to my fans and our generation. I will work alongside my fans to help provide them with a platform and the means to give back and take action. For more information, head to ShawnMendesFoundation.org x

Shawn Mendes – Published on Aug 28, 2019

The Shawn Mendes Foundation seeks to inspire Shawn’s audience, the youth generation of today—to learn about those causes that they are passionate about, and help empower them to use the voice they have to bring change to the world by taking action & giving back.

Shawn Mendes is using his massive platform and calling on his dedicated fans for a good cause.

The crooner announced on Wednesday (Aug. 28) the launch of the Shawn Mendes Foundation, which aims to encourage young people around the world to learn and evoke positive change alongside him, while supporting them in finding ways to act on topics they are passionate about. SMF hopes to support multiple youth related causes in children’s healthcare, sustainability, mental health and wellness, human rights, anti-bullying, education and more.

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Music video by Shawn Mendes performing Youth. © 2018 Island Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

“I’m so excited to launch The Shawn Mendes Foundation,” Mendes said in a press statement. “For a long time, I’ve wanted to find a way to amplify the causes that my fans & I care deeply about, and to help make the voices of our generation heard. My goal in launching the foundation is to work alongside my fans, and do everything I can to help provide them with a platform that inspires positive change, and empowers young change-makers.”

The foundation’s first two campaigns are in collaboration with SickKids in Canada and REVERB, an environmental nonprofit that helps artists reduce their environmental footprint while touring. On launch, SMF has already has already raised over $1,000,000 through partnerships & donations.

Shawn Mendes On Being A Global Citizen

Global Citizen –  Global Citizen is a social action platform for a global generation that aims to solve the world’s biggest challenges. On our platform, you can learn about issues, take action on what matters most, and join a community committed to social change. We believe we can end extreme poverty because of the collective actions of Global Citizens across the world.

Shawn Mendes Performs There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back | Global Citizen Festival NYC 2018 – Sep 29, 2018

Shawn Mendes Performs In My Blood | Global Citizen Festival NYC – Sept 29, 2018

Shawn Mendes Performs Youth with John Legend | Global Citizen Festival NYC – Sept 29, 2018

Shawn Mendes Performs Lost in Japan | Global Citizen Festival NYC – Sept 29, 2018

Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello – Señorita – 714,644,257 views•Premiered Jun 21, 2019

Shawn Mendes – If I Can’t Have You (Live From The MTV VMAs / 2019) – Aug 30, 2019

Shawn Mendes – Lost In Japan (Live From The Victoria’s Secret 2018 Fashion Show) – Dec 3, 2018

Shawn Mendes – In My Blood (Live From iHeartRADIO MMVAs / 2018) – Aug 29, 2018

Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello – I Know What You Did Last Summer (Official Video – Nov 20, 2015

 For information about The Shawn Mendes Foundation, including how to donate and a full list of past and current charity partners, check out ShawnMendesFoundation.org.

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🇨🇦🔥Teenage Fever Tour Recap🔥

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February 15, 2019 (Toronto, ON) – Singer-songwriter and fan favourite Johnny Orlando shows no sign of slowing down. Set to share his first solid musical statement in the form of his debut EP, Teenage Fever, out March 15, followed by a headlining North American tour this spring, the recent JUNO-Award nominee for Breakthrough Artist of the Year and voted MTVEMA’s Best Canadian Act 2019. 

AwesomenessTV – Published on May 28, 2019

Johnny Orlando and Hayden Summerall throw an epic party to kick off their spring Teenage Fever Tour.

Johnny Orlando – Published on Apr 14, 2019

1 month of Teenage Fever (TFD EP 1)

Magazine Cool! – Published on Jun 7, 2019

On a eu la chance de rencontrer Johnny Orlando lors de son passage à Montréal! Il nous a parlé de sa vie de tournée et de ce qu’il fait avant ses spectacles… Il nous a même dit quelques mots en français! 

Johnny Orlando – Published on Jun 29, 2019

The craziest month of my life (TFD EP 2)

NotJustTWO – Published on Jul 12, 2019

Johnny Orlando lists 100 things about Johnny Orlando on CBBC’s The Playlist!

Johnny Orlando – Published on Jul 5, 2019

The most nervous I’ve ever been in my life (TFD EP 3)

United By Pop – Published on Jun 23, 2019

Our favourite new popstar Johnny Orlando popped into see us whilst here doing his first headline show in the UK! So we got to know him with the first time challenge. You can also win his signed portrait, details below!

Johnny Orlando – Published on Jul 12, 2019

a message to the fans (TDF EP 4)

heatworld – Published on Jun 21, 2019

Johnny Orlando joins heat for a game of The British Slang Quiz and reveals some *interesting* tour bus antics in the process

Johnny Orlando – Published on Jul 27, 2019

What you guys don’t see at the shows (TFD EP 5)

Universal Music Group – The debut EP from Canadian pop sensation @johnnyorlando is HERE! 🎉 Get Your copy of ‘Teenage Fever’ here

 https://shop.universalmusic.ca/johnnyorlando/

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