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'Symbols of hope' appear in Canadian households during COVID-19 pandemic

Tuesday, March 24th 2020, 4:08 pm - We're living in times of uncertainty, but that hasn't stopped people from sharing symbols of hope.

Social distancing has become the norm in Canada as the country works to contain the spread of COVID-19.

And with anxieties running high, some people have found creative ways to share messages of hope.

Here's a collection of what we've seen so far.

If you have a photo or video you'd like to share, upload it to The Weather Network. You might see it on TV!

RAINBOWS


Go HERE for our complete coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic


SIDEWALK CHALK

UGC - sidewalk chalk Uploaded to theweathernetwork.com by Guy Dagenais, Oka, Quebec

VIDEO: PROPER HANDWASHING

SNOW NOTES

UGC - snowman Uploaded to theweathernetwork.com by Amanda Jones, Hamilton, Ontario

UGC - stay home - John Palmer Uploaded to theweathernetwork.com by John Palmer, London Ontario

UGC - snowbear Uploaded to theweathernetwork.com by Jessica Mongrain, Orleans, Ontario

CHRISTMAS LIGHTS

Coronavirus coverage - Friday March 27 Tune into The Weather Network on Friday, March 27, as our expert panel discusses how weather can potentially impact the spread of COVID-19.

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