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People standing on an apartment balcony applaud healthcare workers, along with many others at 7 p.m. in Vancouver's West End. A group of people on social media has organized the nightly event to show support for front-line healthcare workers who are helping fight the coronavirus.

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A children's playground used all year long at a community centre sits empty empty due to the coronavirus outbreak in Calgary, Ab.

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The Peace Bridge designed by world renowned Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava sits empty due to the coronavirus during what would be the commute home for downtown workers in Calgary, Ab.

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People are silhouetted while taking in the sunset at English Bay Beach, in Vancouver.

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People sit spaced apart at Kitsilano Beach Park in Vancouver.

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Edouard Bouchy-Lucotte (left) sits and visits with his friend David Johnson in Trinity Bellwoods Park in Toronto on Thursday. The pair of friends have been carefully practicing social distancing by avoiding touching things, and staying 1 or 2 metres away from each other. While the park was not as crowded as normal on fairly mild March day, there were a number of people exercising and walking their dogs.

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People gather at the Mount Royal lookout in Montreal, as COVID-19 cases rise in Canada and around the world.

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A man and woman walk along what is a normally a busy Place Jacques-Cartier in Montreal's Old town.

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A Canadian Border Services Agency worker is seen at the Canada/USA border crossing in Windsor, Ont.

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A father and a daughter are reunited as an Air Canada flight with a group of Canadians passengers from Morocco arrive in Montreal.

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Anne Marie Hopkins of Ottawa Inner City Health carries linens in the gym of a community centre that will serve as a COVID-19 isolation centre for vulnerable residents starting Monday, in downtown Ottawa.

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Emergency workers wearing protective masks, gloves and clothing are shown at Eva Lavaltrie seniors' residence in Lavaltrie, Que.

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Workers assemble a walk-in COVID-19 test clinic in Montreal as Coronavirus COVID-19 cases rise in Canada and around the world.

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Caution tape provides separation between LRT conductors and passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic in Ottawa.

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Ann Billingsley (In/From St. Stephen, NB, Canada) in red waves to her boyfriend Gregg Hornbrook who is in Calais, Maine, USA) 12 hours after the Canada/USA border was closed to tourist and recreational travel.

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Beausolie Nurse, Saundra Dickson, removes protective gear after screening residents boarding a ferry returning to Beausolie First Nation, On.

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US Customs officers speaks with people in a car beside a sign saying that the US border is closed at the US/Canada border in Lansdowne, On.


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Laura Rogerson of Breadlove waits for customers at a local farmer market, in Edmonton on Sunday March 22, 2020. The COVID-19 virus has kept people at home taking precautions against transmitting the virus. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson

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Busker Etienne Delome plays guitar on the empty streets in Edmonton as people stay in to protect against getting the COVID-19 virus, in Edmonton on Sunday March 22, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson

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