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    12 Canadian Stories That Will Brighten Your Day

    Canadians are really the kindest.

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    Canadians have each other's backs. So each week we're sharing stories of Canadians being Canadians. Go Canada!

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    1. Restaurant drive-throughs are taping debit machines to hockey sticks at check-out to provide that extra Canadian level of protection.

    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?

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    2. In true Canadian fashion, an equipment manager from Peterborough is using hockey skate laces for face masks.

    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!

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    3. Shania Twain and other Canadian musicians are coming together for a special music event called #CanadaTogether.

    4. While siblings from Airdrie, Alberta are spreading smiles throughout their neighbourhood by dressing up as dinosaurs.

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    5. Jingle dress dancing is being performed on social media to heal and offer prayer.

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    6. These men in kilts are now a delivery service on Vancouver Island.

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    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!

    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

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    8. Canadians are leading the charge by creating some of the worlds first COVID-19 rapid-testing 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.

    #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

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    10. Torontonians are getting creative with social distancing by playing Hangman with their condo neighbours.

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    Started playing Hangman with my neighbours, can you guess the word?? ##keepingbusy ##foryou ##fy ##fyp ##foryoupage ##xyzbca

    ♬ Buttercup - Jack Stauber
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    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.

    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.

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