The photo dump on Gurkiran Kaur's Instagram is all about the "happier moments" that happened during the sunny summer months of 2020.

In the caption of the post, she said it was "undeniably a tough year for all of us" because of all the uncertainties that came with the pandemic.

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Even though it was a difficult year, a lot of good things also happened.

Kaur decided to highlight some of the personal and "happier moments of 2020."

The photo dump — a social media term used when uploading a series of images — included a bunch of snaps from the summer.

There were a couple of selfies, videos of her spending time outdoors like at a farmers market with partner Jagmeet Singh, a shot of the Toronto skyline and more.

She also put the location of this post as "Downtown Canada," which is a phrase that went viral at the end of September 2020 when someone used it to refer to Toronto's Yonge-Dundas Square.

Kaur and Singh casually rang in the new year wearing matching comfy outfits.

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