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    Postmark 10/29/2020 NORTH SAANICH
    Cher·e·s Canadien·ne·s,
    I thought that this year would be 2020 vision rather than viewing through a glass darkly. And yet, many have come to appreciate the small joys in life and appreciated the extra time with their children and the slower pace of life. Time is a great healer and this pandemic will pass. Hope is the word of the future and may we will continue to appreciate our health, our fragile planet and all who live here.

    Catie Oates

    Postmark 10/29/2020 SURREY
    Cher·e·s Canadien·ne·s,
    I am grateful for the company I work with and having been able to be productive during this pandemic and being able to help support individuals through this "new normal" and helping to build new worlds; new experiences; new everything's.

    Sterling James

    Postmark 10/29/2020 NORTH VANCOUVER
    Cher·e·s Canadien·ne·s,
    Even though the worst might yet to come, but the best is definitely yet to come!! The pandemic is hurting everyone of us in many different ways, but it definitely pull us back together, let us to re-think our life, to cherish what is precious to us. Canadian, let's fight through it together!! We will prevail!!

    Sze Kit Ip

    green trees by the mountain Postmark 10/29/2020 CANADA
    Cher·e·s Canadien·ne·s,
    There is such strength in all of us, beginning from coast to coast and the top to the bottom border. It doesn’t matter where we live, how we look, or what our beliefs are as we are all Canadian and that is the bond that carries all of us forward. Spend more time strengthening our connections and see how truly strong we all are in our own ways. When you see someone who is struggling in their own way, remind them through your generosity and kindness that we are here for each other. Lastly, be proud! Love the essence that being Canadian is and how we came together during this time of Covid craziness and worked together to be stronger than before. Many hugs - Carrie

    Carrie S.

    Postmark 10/29/2020 NANAIMO, BC
    Cher·e·s Canadien·ne·s,
    Warmth even in cold Arms wide in space and welcome Working to stay free


    Postmark 10/29/2020 QUADRA ISLAND, BC
    Cher·e·s Canadien·ne·s,
    Had there been no pandemic this year, we would have been waving the flag for our Olympians in Japan. Instead we have had to face down a virus, together but locked-down apart. Our economy has taken a beating; millions are out of work. Tensions are rising between the divides: between the privileged and the marginalized. Despite our failures, I am still grateful for what we have got right and still hopeful that we are moving towards a more fair and inclusive Canada. I am grateful for the millions of you doing the right thing for each other, even if no one ever hears about it.

    Allan Edwin

    Postmark 10/29/2020 VICTORIA, BC
    Cher·e·s Canadien·ne·s,
    We need to learn to take better care of each other, ourselves and our world. To be kinder, to remember that there IS a future even if we won't be in it and to do the right things now for those future generations.


    brown maple leaf Postmark 10/27/2020 MISSISSAUGA, ON
    Cher·e·s Canadien·ne·s,
    I am grateful for my health, my family, and my supportive community. Sending good wishes of hope and strength to all Canadians this autumn!

    Owen R

    woman walking on pathway during daytime Postmark 10/22/2020 CALGARY, AB
    Cher·e·s Canadien·ne·s,
    I am grateful to call this country home and for my family and friends. I hope that everyone can stay safe and healthy as enter the winter months!

    Dawn L

    person wearing gray sock standing on stairs Postmark 10/16/2020 TORONTO, ON
    Cher·e·s Canadien·ne·s,
    I am so grateful for my family, my teachers, and all frontline workers!

    Zara H

    green trees near body of water during daytime Postmark 10/13/2020 CANADA
    Cher·e·s Canadien·ne·s,
    Thank you to our frontline workers!

    photo of orange and green squash lot Postmark 10/10/2020 BRAMPTON, ON
    Cher·e·s Canadien·ne·s,
    Happy Thanksgiving weekend to all of my fellow Canadians! I hope that everyone is able to celebrate with their family and loved ones, in a safe and socially-distanced manner.

    Margaret H

    tilt shift photography of maple leaves Postmark 10/7/2020 VANCOUVER, BC
    Cher·e·s Canadien·ne·s,
    I am so grateful for our beautiful seasons - from the colourful leaves of fall and the darling buds of spring to the thick snows of winter and sweltering summer evenings. Let’s work together this winter to prevent a significant second wave!


    Postcard default Postmark 9/30/2020 GATINEAU
    Cher·e·s Canadien·ne·s,
    May we continue to preserve our green spaces and parks, and always recognize that they are a lifeline to health and wellbeing. May we recognize the importance of the arts in the enhancing our mental health as well. COVID 19 has shone a light on the importance of the environment and arts to all Canadians.

    Kathryn Kennedy

    stack of white yellow green and blue textiles Postmark 9/29/2020 TORONTO, ON
    Cher·e·s Canadien·ne·s,
    I hope that everyone stays healthy and takes measures to keep everyone safe this fall!

    Alice S

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