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For other uses of Crimson, see Crimson (disambiguation)
Crimson Canuck
Image:Crimson-Canuck.jpg
Crimson Canuck
Vital Statistics
Hero Crimson Canuck
Alias(es) C.C, Cee-Cee, Mr. Canuck
Identity Secret
Alter Ego N/A
Category Humanitarian, Activist, Public Servant
Location Windsor, Ontario, Canada 42° 17' 9.07" N, 82° 58' 41.05" W
Status Active
Superhero Activity
Faction Rose City Superheroes Guild
Trillium Guards of Ontario
Affiliates Ark Guard, Blackhat
Foes Apathy, Corruption
Actions
Physical Description
Gender Male
Outfit Boots, Leather Jacket, Mask with a Stylized Maple Leaf (Black), Shirt (Red), Pants (Pants)
Colors Red, White, Black
Symbol Half Maple Leaf, Half Fleur-de-Lis
Equipment
Abilities First Aid, making people smile, strong sense of justice, good attitude

The Crimson Canuck is a Canadian Real Life Superhero located in Windsor, Ontario.

History

After having been apathetic and uncaring for much of his young life, The Crimson Canuck decided to join the Canadian Armed Forces. After a few years he found himself getting into trouble due to his outspoken and political nature, and retired from the CF. The Crimson Canuck emerged in Windsor in October of 2011.

After performing a Google search and finding out about the RLSH through the HBO Documentary, the Crimson Canuck contacted Thanatos and decided that the movement was a perfect fit for all the things he sought to accomplish in his own life.

The Crimson Canuck teamed up with Rogues Gallery Comics, with the comic store serving as a community drop box where donations to Windsor's Superhero could be made. Crimson Canuck has been credited with starting both the Trillium Guards of Ontario and the Rose City Superheroes Guild, so that heroes in his province and city have a way of communicating with each other, and a way of promoting unity in the local RLSH community.

The Crimson Canuck also worked with local artist Tony Gray, of Legacy Comics Publishing, on an exclusive print to be sold to raise money for United Way.[1][2][3]

According to the About section of his Facebook page, the Crimson Canuck had retired. His last post on this page was in 2014.

According to a post on RLSH.net, he's recently come back out of retirement and planning to get involved in a different way.

Images

References

External Links

Facebook

Website

CNEWS article

RLSH.net