“Come From Away” can now add “Tony winner” to its growing list of honours. But the heartwarming Canadian musical fell short in its bid to win Broadway’s biggest prize. It headed into the Tonys with seven nominations — including a nod for best musical. It was just the second Canadian-written show in Tony history to compete for the top musical honour. The first was “The Drowsy Chaperone,” which won five awards in 2006. Christopher Ashley won the Tony for best director of a musical for “Come From Away.” But the show was shut out in all other categories. “Dear Evan Hansen” was named best musical and was the night’s big winner with six awards in all. “Come From Away” is set in Gander, Newfoundland in the wake of the 9/11 attacks when the town sheltered nearly 66-hundred passengers and crew from diverted planes.