When I heard the news that Canada’s national football team would be taking on the United States in a Super Bowl, I immediately thought of the Superbowl and thought of my mother.
I couldn’t wait to be there.
It would have been my first time in Canada, and I didn’t want to miss it.
The Superbowl is the pinnacle of Canadian sporting events.
Every year, millions of Canadians gather to watch the game.
But I can no longer watch.
Canada’s players were in Australia and Japan to compete in the Asian Games.
In Canada, it’s a different story.
In the past decade, the SuperBowl has become a major event.
This year’s game is expected to draw an estimated 35 million people, and more than 5 million people are expected to watch on TV.
But in Canada and the U.S., the Canadian players will be the ones who are paying the bills.
We are a small country and it’s difficult to make a living.
But the Superbowl has always been the Canadian sport, and it is one that has always supported our people.
As we celebrate our 50th anniversary, I want to be a part of it, and to be proud of what our country has accomplished.