Downtown Vancouver residents make a lot of noise for health care workers (VIDEO)

It’s become a new tradition in Vancouver, right up there with the Stanley Park herons returning to nest, spring tulips and the early arrival of the Canucks golf season.

Every night at 7 p.m., residents across the city — but particularly in the West End — gather on their balconies to bang pots and pans or shout out their windows in appreciation of health care workers and all that they are doing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Listen to the noise residents made on Sunday night in this video below:

 

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