Tiny red hearts mysteriously appear around Toronto Greektown

A Greektown resident found little heart-shaped gems glued throughout the neighbourhood: on fire hydrants, benches, fences. The origins of the whimsical hearts — just in time for Valentine's day — are unknown.
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Greektown resident Chantal Mougel has spotted little red heart-shaped gems of unknown origin glued throughout her neighbourhood. Mougel has found about 15 of these tiny hearts on benches, fences, and fire hydrants around the Pape-Danforth area.

“I wanted to thank the person because they brought a smile to my face,” Mougel told blogTO. She has been scavenging for these heart gems and documenting them on her camera every day.

Mougel said that this whimsical campaign has brought her joy during a dismal time. “When I noticed those little hearts, the first thought I had was to spread the love, with your friends, your family, and your community.”

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