Midfielder Samuel Piette was chosen by the Canadian team for World Cup qualifying matches, as were defenders Alistair Johnston and Kamal Miller.
Posted at 4:42 p.m.
Piette, Johnson and Miller will play for their country in three Concacaf qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Piette, Johnston, Miller and Piette will first face teammate Romell Quioto on Jan. 27 in Honduras.
Canada will then face the United States on January 30 in Hamilton and El Salvador on February 2 in Central America.
With 16 points (4-0-4) and six games to play, Canada is undefeated and atop its group.
The United States and Mexico have 15 and 14 points, respectively.
Miller played a total of 180 minutes for the Maple Leaf in November, when Canada won at home against Costa Rica (1-0) and Mexico (2-1).
Johnston played 108 minutes, coming on as a substitute against Costa Rica, before playing the full game against Mexico.
Miller and Johnston have played 18 games each for the senior national team since their respective debuts in June 2019 and March 2021.