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Even in times of crisis, we have many ways to experience community, keep positive and stay healthy — while maintaining our commitment to nature and our collective well-being. (Photo: Ifrah Akhter on Unsplash)

We find ourselves in extraordinary times. But despite upheaval from the global COVID-19 pandemic, we also see signs of hope, connection and resilience as communities have come together in unprecedented ways.

As with the climate and biodiversity crises, we’re in this together and need to join in collective action for the common good.

People throughout Canada have been following directions from health authorities — physically distancing and staying home — to help flatten the curve of COVID-19. Whether we realize it or not, this is an act of love for each other — an investment in our collective future.

In these challenging circumstances, we still have many ways to experience community, keep positive and stay healthy — all while maintaining our commitment to nature and our collective well-being.