As Torontonians continue to stay indoors cross the 6ix, they are finding ways to get creative at home. Since we can't go out and visit our favourite attractions, Torontonians are bringing landmarks into their living rooms instead. Toronto's CN Tower Challenge encourages people across the 6ix to build their very own version at home, and some residents are even using toilet paper. 

Put on your hard hat and grab your tools, because you're going to want to take part in this unique building challenge.

The attraction is now encouraging people to create their own CN Towers at home in the most creative ways possible.

In an Instagram post, the CN Tower asked Torontonians to share images of their homemade towers.

"We want to see your Towers!" the post read. "Using materials you have around the house, build your own CN Tower and share it with us..."

In response, residents have been posting photos of their own special creations, from toilet paper towers to lego buildings, the possibilities have become endless. 

Some people have even used random household objects like batteries, pillows, scrunchies, and cardboard.

In order to participate in the challenge, you can upload a photo of your tower to social media with the hashtag #mycntower.

Despite being closed to the public, the tower has been showing love and support to the community during this difficult time.

It has been hosting nightly light shows to brighten spirits across Toronto, and to remind everyone that happier days are ahead.

On top of that, hearts are also appearing on the top of the tower in an attempt to spread love across the city. 

The popular landmark also lit up in purple, along with many other businesses in the city on Monday night, to show support for hospitality workers affected by the pandemic.

Popular venues, such as Casa Loma and Niagara Falls were also spotted glowing in shades of purple as the province stands together during these trying times. 

 

 

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