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VIDEO: Lights up in Cape Breton for health-care workers

A simple notice placed in mailboxes on three streets transformed a Sydney neighbourhood into a scene reminiscent of Christmas time. The notice from resident John Duffy asked his neighbours to light up their homes to honour the dedication of all health-care workers, from those in hospitals to those doing homecare, as Cape Breton and the country takes on the COVID-19 pandemic. On Thursday night, residents along Centre Street, Lorway Avenue and Trinity Avenue, consented to Duffy’s request and lit up the night to celebrate the efforts of those working the front lines. CAPE BRETON POST
A simple notice placed in mailboxes on three streets transformed a Sydney neighbourhood into a scene reminiscent of Christmas time. The notice from resident John Duffy asked his neighbours to light up their homes to honour the dedication of all health-care workers, from those in hospitals to those doing homecare, as Cape Breton and the country takes on the COVID-19 pandemic. On Thursday night, residents along Centre Street, Lorway Avenue and Trinity Avenue, consented to Duffy’s request and lit up the night to celebrate the efforts of those working the front lines. CAPE BRETON POST
SYDNEY, N.S. —

A simple notice placed in mailboxes on three streets transformed a Sydney neighbourhood into a scene reminiscent of Christmas time.

The notice from resident John Duffy asked his neighbours to light up their homes to honour the dedication of all health-care workers, from those in hospitals to those doing homecare, as Cape Breton and the country takes on the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Thursday night, residents along Centre Street, Lorway Avenue and Trinity Avenue, consented to Duffy’s request and lit up the night to celebrate the efforts of those working the front lines.

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