#CanadaTogether uses the national anthem to support essential workers (VIDEO)
Here’s a little something to warm your heart. Canadians have been coming together to support the frontline workers of COVID-19. And you can get involved too! In a viral trend from @CanadaTogether on Twitter, Canadians can sing the national anthem with one another every Sunday at noon. It’s a wonderful way to engage the country during these very strange times.
All you’ve gotta do is record a video of yourself singing the national anthem. Then upload it to Twitter with the hashtag #CanadaTogether, and you’re on board! Or you can email your clip to email@example.com to be a part of the official video that the initiative will put out next Sunday.
We’re in this together, Canada! 🇨🇦
To support essential service workers on the front lines of this crisis, join us in singing the national anthem on Sundays at noon. Post with #CanadaTogether or email your video to firstname.lastname@example.org pic.twitter.com/I0w2woU9mL
— Canada Together (@CanadaTogether) April 9, 2020
The first weekly video is already posted. And it features tons of Canadians belting out the national tune. Plus, there are a couple of famous Canadian faces you might just recognize. We think we spotted a Property Brother or two in there!
So let’s hear those singing chops! This Sunday at noon, get involved and show some much deserved gratitude to the folks who are keeping us safe. We’ll count you in. Ready? 5,6,5,6,7,8…