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Love Trumps Hate notes surface at TTC subway station

After Donald Trump officially won the American election early on Wednesday morning, sticky notes starting popping up at New York City subway stations. They featured words of kindness, encouragement and hope to counter negativity and hatred.

And while many Canadian were feeling quite smug about living north of the 49th parallel, many also showed their support for their neighbours, especially those who passed through Dundas Station.

As City News reports, sticky notes surrounding a Love Trumps Hate sign started popping up at this busy TTC thoroughfare. They featured positive messages, like "Peace will win, fear will lose," and, "Don't give up, keep fighting for what's right."

In the coming months and years, it seems like we need as much positivity (and fighting words) as possible.

Photo via @waywardmermaid6.


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