Buzz·Posted on Apr. 17, 202012 Canadian Stories That Will Brighten Your DayCanadians are really the kindest.by by Liza HicksBuzzFeed Staff, by Kyle RichmondBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Canadians have each other's backs. So each week we're sharing stories of Canadians being Canadians. Go Canada! Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Schitt's Creek / Via giphy 1. Restaurant drive-throughs are taping debit machines to hockey sticks at check-out to provide that extra Canadian level of protection. Harvey's @HarveysCanada We're helping fellow Canucks the Canadian way! In support of @foodbankscanada and in partnership with @bauerhockey our payment machines in all drive-thrus will now be attached to a Bauer Hockey stick as an added safety precaution. Does it get any more 🇨🇦 than this? 08:20 PM - 09 Apr 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite Harvey's Canada / Via Twitter 2. In true Canadian fashion, an equipment manager from Peterborough is using hockey skate laces for face masks. Peterborough Petes @PetesOHLhockey With no hockey to be played, our equipment manager @chooseoptionb is using his skills to make maroon and white masks - complete with skate laces - for the frontline workers at @PRHC1! 05:41 PM - 13 Apr 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite Peterborough Petes / Via Twitter 3. Shania Twain and other Canadian musicians are coming together for a special music event called #CanadaTogether. View this photo on Instagram Shania Twain / Via instragram That does impress me much! 4. While siblings from Airdrie, Alberta are spreading smiles throughout their neighbourhood by dressing up as dinosaurs. View this post on Facebook Facebook: video.php / Via CBC 5. Jingle dress dancing is being performed on social media to heal and offer prayer. View this post on Facebook CBC / Via Facebook 6. These men in kilts are now a delivery service on Vancouver Island. View this post on Facebook facebook.com Now we've seen many individuals and companies step up to help the elderly and more vulnerable by delivering groceries, but these men in kilts take it to a new high-fashion level. 7. And a Newfoundland couple built an "ice-olation" snow cave. A+ for the pun! The Weather Network @weathernetwork A couple in St. John's, Newfoundland have built an 'Ice-olation' snow cave at the end of their driveway to promote #socialdistancing. Only one person allowed in at a time! 📸: Jason Letto #NLwx #ShareYourWeather 06:15 PM - 09 Apr 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite Weather Network / Via Twitter 8. Canadians are leading the charge by creating some of the worlds first COVID-19 rapid-testing kits. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @spartanbioscience Spartan Bioscience recently got approval from Health Canada to start producing these kits. 9. The cast of Schitt's Creek is giving back to the community by raising over $205,000 for food banks in Canada and America. dan levy @danjlevy #SchittsCreekGivesBack ended up raising $205,639.00(!) for @foodbankscanada and @FeedingAmerica! What an amazing reminder that these hard times have brought out a beautiful sense of generosity and community in people. Thank you to all who donated. Especially you, @IAmJericho. x 04:29 PM - 11 Apr 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite Dan Levy / Via Twitter 10. Torontonians are getting creative with social distancing by playing Hangman with their condo neighbours. @alexarosesteele Started playing Hangman with my neighbours, can you guess the word?? ##keepingbusy ##foryou ##fy ##fyp ##foryoupage ##xyzbca ♬ Buttercup - Jack Stauber alexasteele / Via Tiktok 11. While others are taking part in the #CNTower challenge by using items from around the house to build mini replicas of the CN tower. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com 12. And finally, a 13-year-old from Okotoks, Alberta is using his 3D printer he got for Christmas to print PPE for healthcare workers. CTV Calgary Have a feel good story? Drop a comment so we can feature it next week!