Yonge and Strong: multilingual graphics created to support Toronto van attack victims – CBC News Videos





After this week’s Toronto van attack, Matthew Blackett, with the help of friends from all over the world, translated the phrase ”Yonge and Strong” into more than 20 languages. Blackett, publisher and co-founder of Spacing magazine, grew up in the neighbourhood where the attack took place and created the graphic to support the lives touched by Monday’s attack.

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