OH CANADA | Toronto Travel Vlog Posted on May 31, 2019 canada chicago hotels dallas hotels hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels private jet rental property Toronto travel travel vlog vacation vlog 26 thoughts on “OH CANADA | Toronto Travel Vlog” Chanel thank you from the bottom of my heart for sharing this video. This was perfect timing for me and I can relate 110% to this video. So thank you♥️Reply Ahhhh it’s so awesome when you film from my hometown!! I live just across the border in Windsor and go over to Detroit and Toronto all the time! ❤️Reply It's such a unique and hard situation to go through. I'm right there with you. I'm glad you were able to find peace and say goodbye. 💕Reply On a serious note: I sincerely appreciate your vulnerability with us. Thank you for sharing, I'm sure it wasn't easy.On a lighter note: I love how you were matching with the gym!Reply I can relate thank you for being so candid.Reply Sorry to hear that about your dad. Your a strong person. ✌️Reply The intro of this video brought me to tears as I went through the same thing. At the age of 14 I also cut ties with my father because I felt he was unable to meet my needs as a parent and I was constantly let down, broken and upset. It has been 6 years now and I have still not had contact. Sometimes I wonder if I was in a similar situation and knew he was going to pass. Would I want to see him, would I have resentment or regrets. I love the way you worded it and understood that it is in peace and needed for both of you to move on. Ihave always loved your content and character. I now see why I relate so much to you. Thank you so much for sharing!Reply Beautiful. Thanks for sharing ❤️Reply Both my parents… I can relate. Working through them but this resonated so deeply with me. ❤️❤️Reply I’m Mi’kmaq as well! And live in the Toronto area!Reply Hi Chanel. I relate to your story in many ways. First, I am Native American myself. I do not have the best relationship with my mother. I have decided to stop having a relationship with her. I am on healing journey to forgive her. She did not always give me the kind of love a mother should give. Without having her constantly bringing me down, I have gained a sense of peace. Thank you for sharing your story.Reply I've never met my real dad and haven't spoken to my mom in two years since I moved away from home. As of now, we do not have a good relationship due to the fact that she is unable to see me as an adult and respect the decisions that I make. I hope one day that we can be on good terms again but for now, I'm focusing on my own happiness. Thank you for making this video! ❤Reply Such incredible vulnerability by posting this experience. You are so brave to share this. Thank you for sharing this with us, not necessary but very much appreciated. ❤️Reply Hey Chanel! You spelt Canada incorrectly in your video title just in case you didn’t notice!Reply Thank you for sharing why you were in Toronto.Love your videos!Reply This hit home so much. Thank you for sharing. It really had a huge impact.Reply Thank you for sharing your story and your vlog. I think it just drives home the fact that life is so very, very short, and when we hit our final days we should be okay and at peace when we look at what we've done with ourselves and the decisions we've made. We get so caught up in holding grudges, being petty, being scared of rejection and all sorts of other things, and I don't believe we fully appreciate how limited our time on this planet truly is.Reply this video spoke to me on such a personal level. I've gone through something similar twice and it really is such a hard thing to vocalize in a society where most people have contact with both of their parents. I'm glad you were able to get that peace for both you and your father. You've definitely inspired me to try and get some closure when I am in a place where I can mentally handle it.Reply Wow what a fun travel vlog! It looks like you guys had so much fun! 💗 Thanks for sharing this very personal time with us xoReply I know how hard it is to share stories like this. Thank you.Reply Chanel your vlogs are wonderful and enjoyable to watch honestly girl and I love your personality 🍑💪💖👍💝😎💜😊💗.Reply Been waiting for this vlog. I love you and how real you are ❤️❤️ Bonus is that you’re in my hometown 🇨🇦🇨🇦Reply You probably drove by my house.Was that the Tim Hortons in London you stopped at? I had tears at the beginning of the video. Commenting in the middle of the vid.Reply Love 💕 ur channel ChanelReply 2nd comment! Great Vid!👍😊I'm so sorry about your dad….Yes, I can relate….My mother….That's all I'll say, lol….❤Reply Great your in Toronto. Hope to see you at the Toronto ProShow.Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.