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right: Smith's son, who has been issuing regular medical updates to the famed activist's nearly quarter-million Twitter followers, posted Thursday that doctors said his father is very sick but they are beginning to right the ship, according to Vancouver Courier. But even as a tube pumps oxygen into his lungs to fight off pneumonia, Smith's concerns still lie with the disenfranchised, whispering solidarity with the thousands of migrants from Central America heading toward the U.S.-Mexico border, his son said. Online tributes have been pouring in for Smith, a survivor of the Great Depression and veteran of the Second World War, as he receives treatment in an intensive care unit in Belleville after a fall, according to his family.article continues below Trending Stories'Bella Dolls' sex doll brothel has opened in Vancouver Vancouver can't get enough of otter on the loose in Chinatown garden Minimum wage increases go into effect June 1 across B.C.VPD officer assaulted during routine traffic stop on Granville Strip VIDEO Notables including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, actress Mia Farrow and British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn are among the supporters extending their digital well wishes, with Twitter users proclaiming IStand With Harry more than 18,000 times since Tuesday. I am the world's oldest rebel, Smith told UNHCR Magazine in October. Smith, who splits his time living between England and Canada, rose to online prominence as a nonagenarian for his progressive polemics rooted in personal strife. I think there are many things we can do if we put our minds to it, and we shouldn't be leaving anyone out. ( As reported in the news.