‘Canuck’ the crow skips flying to ride the SkyTrain

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‘Canuck’ the crow spotted on SkyTrain
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VANCOUVER – Usually crows fill the sky, but one has skipped flying to use the SkyTrain this morning.

Global News online producer Nick Logan shot video of a crow riding the rails.

Logan says the crow got on the Millennium Line at the Commercial-Broadway station. He adds it hopped on a seat and looked for some food before getting off in East Vancouver.

It was last seen standing on the Renfrew SkyTrain platform.

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Curious East Vancouver crow rides SkyTrain

Logan says this is the third time he has encountered the friendly crow on his morning commute.

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It looks like this is another encounter with “Canuck” the crow.

Back in September, Global News did a story on a cyclist who videotaped what he thought was an attack by a crow near the PNE.

READ MORE: Vancouver man’s close encounter with a crow goes viral

He later found out it was a friendly crow neighbours had named “Canuck” and it was trying to get into his backpack.

“Canuck” has been spotted in many locations and is identified by a red plastic band around his leg.

While “Canuck” does not have a Compass card, he does have a beak and could technically “tap in.”


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