Justin Bieber enjoys family time and cheers on the Maple Leafs in Toronto

By: Hayley Bradbrook

Justin Bieber was spotted enjoying some quality time with his dad Jeremy and little brother Jaxon in Toronto on Sunday (Apr. 23). The threesome did a little shopping in Yorkville before heading down to the Air Canada Centre to watch the Toronto Maple Leafs take on the Washington Capitals.

Fans were quick to notice the Canadian heartthrob, as he and his brother strolled down Bloor Street wearing matching Maple Leaf’s jerseys. Beliebers even captured a heartwarming moment on Twitter between the brothers as the “Cold Water” singer carried Jaxon on top of his shoulders to help him get a better view of the sights and sounds of the city.

After the 23-year-old singer and his family walked around the posh Toronto neighbourhood, the three musketeers were spotted enjoying the hockey game from the privacy of a luxury box. Justin later shared a snapshot of himself and Jaxon watching the intense game, calling it his “favourite picture” taken of the two of them, “Btw favourite picture me and my little bro crushing life!” wrote the pop star on Instagram.

The Stratford native wasn’t the only A-list star in attendance at Sunday’s game. Supermodel turned actress Cara Delevingne slipped into her own Leafs jersey to watch all the action alongside Justin and his family. Cara is in town shooting the upcoming movie Life in a Year with Jaden Smith.

TAP TO VIEW GALLERY Supermodel turned actress Cara Delevingne wore her own Leafs jersey to watch the game alongside Justin and his family

Justin also took a moment over the weekend to reflect on his troubled past. While things seem to be moving in a positive direction, both professionally and personally, for the singer, he is still dealing with fallout from his actions over the past few years. Taking to Instagram, the “Sorry” crooner posted a side-by-side photo of his infamous 2014 mugshot and a recent selfie. In the post, Justin confessed how grateful he is to have moved on from the troubles he faced more than three years ago.

He wrote, “I LOVE THIS because it reminds me IM NOT EXACTLY WHERE I WANT TO BE BUT THANK GOD IM NOT WHERE I USED TO BE!! THE BEST IS YET TO COME DO YOU BELIEVE IT.”

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