Montreal health care workers have been posting pictures with rainbows and sharing them with the world — and they're nothing short of heartwarming.\nWe're so happy to see them jumping on this uplifting trend.\nSee photos from hospital workers below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nOver the past week or so, Montrealers have decided to draw rainbows and place them in their windows. They're usually accompanied by the message ça va bien aller, which translates to "it's going to be alright." These colourful rainbows are meant to make people feel connected during our time of social distancing. And it seems that many Montreal health care workers have jumped on the trend and are now posting photos with rainbows while at their jobs.\nSuch drawings and paintings began by making our neighbourhood walks more colourful, and now they're providing our social media platforms with uplifting messages.\nMany individuals are stepping up during this difficult time, but a special thanks must go out to all of the earth-angels that work in health care. These brave individuals have been fighting every day to help us get our lives back to normal.\nThere have been a ton of hospital workers who have gone to social media to share messages of hope and encouragement. And we'd like to thank their smiling faces for brightening up our feeds.\nThese incredible workers have families of their own. They are parents, children, siblings, friends, and spouses. We are all asked to stay home during this trying time, as they go to work to help flatten the curve.\nMany employees from different sectors at the CHUM have participated in the rainbow and ça va bien aller trend.\nLes #nutritionnistes du #CHUM sont là pour vous! Prenez soin de vous et restez à la maison! #çavabienaller #EffortCollectif #COVID19 🌈 pic.twitter.com/MnskdIEiSQ— CHUM (@chumontreal) March 31, 2020\nSome hospital rooms even have rainbows on their windows, just like many Montreal homes now do.\nView this post on Instagram Meet some members of staff in the Jewish General Hospital’s Pharmacy Department. . Their picture was taken after they had finished prepared chemotherapy drugs for our cancer patients. . This is a quick glimpse into the lives of many of the healthcare heroes who are out there, diligently working in the midst of this pandemic. . Even sweeter is the drawing of a rainbow by one employee’s daughter—a reminder that we all have a role to play in this crisis. Please stay home and be safe. 🌈❤️ . . . Rencontrez certains membres du personnel du département de la pharmacie de l'Hôpital général juif. Leur photo a été prise après qu'ils aient fini de préparer les médicaments de chimiothérapie pour nos patients atteints de cancer. . C'est un aperçu rapide de la vie des nombreux héros du réseau de la santé qui sont fidèles au poste, travaillant avec diligence au milieu de cette pandémie. . Plus doux encore est le dessin d'un arc-en-ciel par la fille d'une des employées, qui nous rappelle que nous avons tous un rôle à jouer dans cette crise. Restez chez vous et soyez en sécurité. 🌈❤️ . . . . #UnitedInCare #34united #UnisParLeSoins #34Unis #covid_19 #COVID19 #HealthcareHeroes #Héros #pharmacy #pharmacie #cancer #oncologie #oncology #chemo #chemotherapy #cancerpatients #Pandemic #pandémie #StayHome #ResteChezToi A post shared by CIUSSS West-Central Montreal (@ciusss_comtl) on Mar 31, 2020 at 1:08pm PDT\nREAD ALSO: Quebecers Are Putting Rainbows On Their Windows For Neighbours To Find On Walks (Photos)\nSome health care workers have found original ways of displaying rainbows.\nView this post on Instagram Tout ira bien! Entouré de bons collègues avec le coeur sur la main! 🌈 A post shared by yuljulie (@yuljulie) on Mar 31, 2020 at 3:33pm PDT\nAnd, some have even decorated the hospital in rainbows.\nView this post on Instagram #çavabienaller🌈 !!!! A post shared by Julie Porte (@julieporte69) on Mar 30, 2020 at 2:28pm PDT\nThe rainbows themselves radiate hope.\nTheir messages remind us that it is important to stay home.\nView this post on Instagram Just a friendly reminder! 😊😘 #wereinthistogether #JGHpharmacy #wecandothis #stayhome Check out the whole video: @abeersana A post shared by Sarah 🍀🍄🐙 (@mcolive_xo) on Mar 28, 2020 at 9:35am PDT\nJust as the Government of Quebec continuously reminds us that we must follow the health guidelines given to us, in order to flatten the curve.\nView this post on Instagram 🌈 #Strongertogether | Rainbows are appearing all over the province, including at the Children’s! Our Child Life Specialists are continuously striving to unify the hospital by offering patients and families their expertise. Patients, families and staff recently came together to bring color and positivity within our hospital community. We thank the Child Life Team for their incredible devotion to families who are forced to remain isolated in the hospital, rather than at home. What does your family’s rainbow look like? Share it below. 🌈 #çavabienaller #covid19 #uniscontrelapnadémie #mtlmoments #rainbows #hospital #pediatrics A post shared by Montreal Children's Hospital (@lechildren) on Mar 31, 2020 at 7:28am PDT\nYou can see above that the Children's Hospital started spreading the message of hope in its building as well!\nThese brave and hard-working individuals have gone to work for us, and we cannot thank them them enough for doing so.\nLes équipes d'orthophonistes et d'audiologistes du CHUM fidèles au poste! On est ici pour vous, restez chez vous pour nous! #Cavabienaller 🌈🌈 pic.twitter.com/fx7GJiaTKL— CHUM (@chumontreal) March 29, 2020\nWe appreciate all the hard work and dedication that everyone working in the health care industry has done.\nParce que communiquer les bons messages au bon moment c'est important, l'équipe des communications du CHUM est là pour soutenir les équipes soignantes!! #EffortCollectif #COVID19 #Cavabienaller 💪🌈 pic.twitter.com/AINEvbYpbU— CHUM (@chumontreal) March 29, 2020\nThank you to all health care workers and everyone else currently on the front line of this battle.\nYour bravery, compassion, dedication, and positivity have not gone unnoticed!