#RIPVine, long live stardom: Canadians who cashed in on Vine

The timer has finally run out on Vine.

When Twitter launched the micro-video feature back in 2013, it quickly became a viral enigma, challenging users to cram as much comedy, or culture, into each 480×480 pixel frame.

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