4 heartwarming videos of Canadians cheering for health-care workers
As we’re sure you’ve seen, people all over the world are cheering for health care workers. And the videos are pretty sweet. That’s why we’ve decided to compile some videos from major cities around Canada. Enjoy!
Cheering for health care workers across Canada
This video from Vancouver shows how the West End made noise to support healthcare workers. Heck, even the Seagulls are joining in. And while English Bay is looking nice, remember to stay home and social distance. You don’t want to be the Floridians of Canada okay?
— malcolm bromley (@vanparkGM) March 22, 2020
Calgarians know how to make some noise, in fact their cheering kind of sounds like an avant garde noise show with that echo. Anyway, we’re sure the health care workers appreciate the noise. And hopefully that snow will keep you guys at home. Or maybe not…
#ThanksHealthHeroes Loud cheers for #HealthCareWorkers every night @ 7:00 pm in #Calgary Thank you! ❤️#COVID19 #StayHomeCanada pic.twitter.com/sUqypZguCn — Ana Gonzalez (@AnaCardellina) March 31, 2020
Torontonians are doing a great job of not throwing those pots and pans off their balconies. Remember chair girl? And they’re making some of the best and most consistent noise we’ve heard from any of the major cities. Keep up the good work Toronto.
My favourite part of the day!
Banging pots and pans and clapping and cheering for everyone on the frontlines.
THANK YOU FROM TORONTO pic.twitter.com/uuG4gbryEl
— Devin Heroux (@Devin_Heroux) March 28, 2020
In Montreal, we didn’t hear much cheering from people but the police seem to have it covered. There’s nothing quite like filling the streets with squad cars and letting the sirens have at it. You sure aren’t going to miss that noise, we’re sure Montreal’s healthcare workers appreciate the support.
In conclusion, We hope these videos brighten your day. And if your city hasn’t started cheering for health care workers, get to it! However, that being said, the best thing we can do to support health care workers at this time is to stay home and self isolate. Above all, take care of yourself.
Have a great week, Canada!