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#ÇaVaBienAller: 25 photos of Montreal in rainbows and messages of hope

Symbols and hashtags that remind us that this will pass can be found all across town.

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We can get through this, Montreal. Ça va bien aller. Ça va passer.

It's been nearly a month (25 days since Quebec premier François Legault declared a local state of emergency, to be precise) since we started to self-isolate, turning Montreal into a veritable ghost town, and what we see of the city is generally restricted to anything outside our windows and whatever's happening on social media.

So what IS happening on social media? Rainbows. Our feeds are filling up with heartwarming scenes of Montrealers partaking in spreading messages of hope in form of rainbows with the message "ça va bien aller," that everything is going to be OK. It's everywhere you look...

The Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges:

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The Biosphere:

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The Olympic Stadium:

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La Grand Roue:

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Univerisité de Montréal:

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Tour McGill:

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Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport:

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M Telus:

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In the windows of hotels downtown:

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Up in windows:

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On the streets:

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🌈 #cavabienaller

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...even at breakfast:

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Stay indoors, Montreal, and trust that with every passing day we are one day closer to flattening the curve and getting through this.

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