These 11 Spots Around Quebec Are Lighting Up In Rainbow Support
Enough to warm the heart.
- As we continue to see a growth in popularity of the , more places seem to be getting on board with it.
- We've compiled a list of 11 spots in Quebec that have lit the colours of the rainbows over their buildings on a large scale.
- See photos below!
Usually paired with the nowthat decorate windows, housefronts, and chalk drawings on sidewalks and buildings, "Ça va bien aller" or "It's going to be okay" has become the 2020 rallying call. Some buildings around to another level of support with flashing light shows adorning some of the most popular and well-known spots.
The rainbow light symbols of hope, solidarity, and strength have been seen across the province lighting up everything from iconic buildings and hotels to marinas and even the.
Residents have been showing their appreciation by posting pictures and thanks on social media with the hashtag #cavabienaller.
With the latest news that three ofwon't take place this summer, it's nice to see a city, a province, continue to come together for a few moments of cheer and beauty. And spirit is one thing Montreal never seems to be in shortage of, whether it's a roaming the streets, blasting, "Don't Worry Be Happy," or a driving the town.
Keep reading below to see 11 of the places around our province that are lighting up in rainbows once the sun has gone down.
Parc Olympic Tower
Where: 4141, ave. Pierre-de Coubertin
When: Each Sunday in April 8:30 p.m. — 9:30 p.m.
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Jacques Cartier Bridge
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Marriot Chateau Champlain
Where: 1050, De La Gauchetiere O.
DoubleTree By Hilton
Where: 1255, rue Jeanne Mance
Laval City Hall
Where: 1, Place du Souvenir, Laval
Université de Montréal
Where: 2900, blvd. Edouard Montpetit
Le Crystal Hotel
Where: 1100, rue de la Montagne
Where: 1, rue des Carrières, Québec City
Marina Du Port De Québec
Where: Rue Abraham Martin, Québec City;
A Special Shout Out To Station 16 Firefighters
Even if they aren't quite lighting up, the firetruck lights kind of count.
Have you seen other spots around Quebec that have been lighting up in solidarity? Let us know!