Curiocity brings community together to combat effects of COVID-19

Via Andre FurtadoVia Tourism Toronto

We understand that this is an extremely difficult time for all local businesses, and we want to help. Our reach at Curiocity gives us a unique opportunity to spread awareness, clarity, information, and above all else, positivity.

The world feels like a dark place right now, but with audiences locally and across Canada, we are choosing to shine a light on the good with the hashtag #CommunityOverCOVID. There are plenty of great local stories, people, and initiatives to highlight and share.

During a time where media and the news is flooded with negativity, we would like to empower all to use the hashtag #CommunityOverCOVID to spread some much-needed stability, encouragement, support, and good news.

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Our purpose is to uncover our city, and that doesn’t stop because doors are closed. We are actively encouraging our readers to stay home for the time being. But with people spending more time than ever online, we see the next few weeks as an opportunity to focus on:

  1. How businesses are adapting to meet the changing needs of their customers now while adhering to government guidelines.
  2. Things people can do from home while they’re self-isolating.
  3. Looking ahead at how we can support local and come together to celebrate when this is all over.
  4. Positive stories of our community coming together.

Let’s use this time to lift one another up and showcase the resilient spirit that makes our community so great. Over the next few weeks, please use the hashtag #CommunityOverCOVID with your stories, your initiatives, your struggles, and your successes.

We’ll be monitoring this hashtag closely, and do whatever we can to be a beacon of positivity and communication on your behalf.

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