There have been loads of emotional moments from Canada and past to captivate globalnews.ca readers this week. Here are a few:
Funnyman Mike Myers will get emotional over Invictus Games
A video highlighting Mike Myers’ tearful speech about his army household on the opening of the Invictus Games garnered about 1 million views. It was additionally essentially the most participating Canadian information Facebook submit of the week, with 27,000 reactions, feedback and shares.
Two different made-for-social movies about Invictus’ headline-grabbing couple, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, garnered one other 800,000 views on Facebook.
A little woman is hit by a baseball, and professional athletes can’t maintain again tears
When a younger woman was injured at Yankee Stadium after she was struck within the face by a foul ball, gamers have been visibly shaken. The incident has renewed requires security measures. New York Yankees third baseman Todd Frazier — who despatched a screaming line-drive foul ball into the stands at 170 km/h, hanging the woman who was sitting behind the third base dugout — thinks there must be security netting alongside the foul line.
The Global News viewers had robust emotions about this incident as nicely, and commented by the 1000’s.
A video summarizing the incident was considered greater than 640,000 occasions.
A groom rescues a younger youngster from drowning — throughout his wedding ceremony photoshoot
A wedding ceremony shoot became a rescue effort in Kitchener, Ont. after the groom jumped into a river — swimsuit and all — to avoid wasting a younger boy who fell in. The youngster was OK, however in shock. The groom was OK too, simply not as photogenic after his dip within the river soaked his swimsuit.
The Global News viewers hailed him a hero in 1000’s of feedback. A video recapping the rescue has been watched on Facebook almost half a million occasions.
Robbed N.B. couple reunited with their belongings, because of B.C. cops
Finally, a feel-good story that didn’t begin out so nicely. A younger couple from Moncton, N.B, had all their belongings stolen from a U-Haul in Abbotsford , B.C. on Sept. 12. But lower than two weeks later, the couple have been reunited with their belongings — thanks largely to a joint effort by numerous legislation enforcement businesses.