Buzz·Posted on Mar. 31, 202014 Feel-Good Stories In Canada During CoronavirusCanadians are pretty great.by by Liza HicksBuzzFeed News Producer, by Kyle RichmondBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink We know it's been a tough week on everyone, but here are some local stories that'll make you feel good and put a smile on your face! 1. Canadians are applauding health care workers every evening. malcolm bromley @vanparkGM Tonight’s #WestEnd #Covid7pmcheer in support of our brave health care workers. 02:09 AM - 23 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite @vanparkGM / Via twitter.com Communities and cities all over Canada are showing their appreciation for health care workers by cheering and making noise every evening around 7 pm, like this video above in Vancouver. Get loud, Canada — we love to hear it! 2. Teachers and daycares are spreading joy. View this post on Facebook Facebook: video.php / Via Facebook School is currently not in session but teachers are still finding a way to make their students smile from a distance. This daycare in Meaford, Ontario planned a parade that made the little ones cheer. 3. Orchestras are putting on incredible virtual performances. View this video on YouTube youtube.com No matter the distance, music is still being made! The Toronto Symphony Orchestra came together virtually to play an incredible concert. Even though shows and events are being cancelled, organizations are finding ways to bring music to the people. Bravo. 4. Artists are putting provincial health heroes on t-shirts. View this photo on Instagram badportraits / Via instagram.com Dr. Bonnie Henry of British Columbia, Dr. Deena Hinshaw of Alberta, and Canada's Chief Public Health Officer, Dr. Theresa Tham, have all rightly become healthcare heroes and the Canadian people want these women to be recognized! Artist Mandy Stobo has collaborated with retailers to sell healthcare hero t-shirts. All proceeds from the shirts will be donated locally to support food security. 5. Farmers are getting creative at distributing their products. Scotty MacSqueezenickel @PleasantPork ....drive thru is open 24/7...frozen product only...e transfer or $ stuffed in a roll of TP...bacon still in stock but going quick...honk for service...MUST pre order... 12:51 PM - 22 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite pleasantpork / Via Twitter What's the best way to give customers meat products while still keeping social distance? Throw it! That's exactly what this farmer from PEI did. Prince Edward Island pig and dairy farmer, Ranald MacFarlane, is literally throwing meat products at his customers to maintain social distancing. I guess pigs can really fly in PEI... 6. While seniors are dancing up a storm! View this photo on Instagram instagram.com What's the best way to stay fit while social distancing? Throw a balcony dance party. Elderly residents at an independent living residence in Vancouver enjoyed a dance fitness class from the safety of their balconies. Get your groove on! 7. Citizens are sewing masks. Michael Garron Hospital / Via mghf.ca Michael Garron Hospital in Toronto challenged sewists to make 1000 masks a week as a response to the current shortage of personal protective equipment. Donated masks will be given to hospital visitors, discharged patients and the broader community. Feel free to share your creations on social media by tagging @mghfoundation and #MGH1000masks. 8. And people are already taking on the challenge. View this post on Facebook facebook.com 9. Nova Scotia's Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Robert Strang, is getting some much needed gratitude from his community. ALEX @AlexandraStrang So everyone in my neighborhood has been making signs/chalk drawings thanking my dad because they know he goes for daily walks. This was so touching and heartwarming to see on our evening walk tonight ♥️ 11:32 PM - 29 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite Alexandra Strang / Via twitter 10. While some of our furry friends are practicing physical distancing the best they know how: by attacking bubbles. Steve Russell @SteveRussell Social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic has all of us in our own little bubble. When Kristine Gorman's golden doodle Cub sees bubbles she has to burst them! What keeps you sane during this pandemic? 02:22 PM - 30 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 11. Some Canadians are doing their best to reach out to those most vulnerable to give them a helping hand. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Canadians are volunteering their time to go grocery shopping for the most vulnerable of the population. 12. While others are making sure that everyone is able to get a warm meal. CBC News: The National @CBCTheNational This roadside stop in Nova Scotia has been staying open to offer truck drivers a hot meal and a thank you. #TheMoment 10:00 AM - 30 Mar 2020 Reply Retweet Favorite 13. And then there's these guys who are all together... except kilometers apart. View this post on Facebook Facebook: video.php From coast-to-coast. 14. And finally, Casey and Finnegan came out of retirement to make sure you know you need to #StayHome! View this post on Facebook Facebook: video.php Have a feel good story? Drop a comment so we can feature it next week!