Today’s Solutions: April 14, 2024

Back in November, we ran our “Thankful Thursdays” series to help people connect with each other and their community through letter writing. It seems the Canadian government is also on board with the power of letter writing as they have announced that Canada Post will send a free prepaid postcard to every residence in the country to keep its citizens connected during these difficult times. 

According to the government postal agency, it will send 13.5 million postcards to households across the country as part of its “Write Here Write Now” campaign to foster connection during the pandemic. 

There will be six versions of the distributed postcards all featuring messages of appreciation, love, and thanks. Residents are encouraged to fill theirs out and send them to a friend or family member they are missing. The cards can be sent free of charge anywhere in the country.

When you’re feeling lonely or isolated, something as simple as a card or phone call from a loved one can make all the difference in your day. We applaud this strategy from the Canadian government to help spread a little love and support. 

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