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Going for runs and walks has become more important to me than ever. I love it for the exercise, the sunshine, and the chance to see and be a part of my community – returning a wave from friends and neighbours, watching a family flying a beautiful kite in the park, and spotting all the amazing artwork posted in windows.

When I took the first photo on March 28, I wasn’t thinking about where we’d be on April 28. The park was snowy, the social distancing signs at North Hills Park were fresh and no one really knew what to do when we met on the path. Today, the snow has melted, the signs are a little faded but still there, and staying apart has become routine. – Kristine Flynn

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