Some of Canada's biggest names are working together during this ongoing crisis. Even Ryan Reynolds and Doug Ford are talking to each other. The two shared a phone conversation while the Ontario Premier was helping deliver PPE.
In an April 11 tweet, Ford shared video of himself speaking with Reynolds and thanking him for all of his work helping to get protective equipment to those who need it.
"Had an opportunity to connect with @VancityReynolds and @wick_22 at the @conquercovid19 PPE drive. I want to thank them for teaming up with the incredible #ConquerCOVID19 team. If you have masks, gloves, gowns and other supplies our frontline workers need please donate today," he wrote.
In the included video, hockey player Hayley Wickenheiser is holding up a phone so that Ford can have a conversation with Reynolds.
"Thank you so much for everything you're doing, Ryan," Ford says, "you're a true champion, a true leader, and we are just so, so grateful for what you're doing."
"I thank you for that, Premier Ford," Reynolds says in response, "I appreciate everything you've been doing as well."
"This Conquer COVID team is nothing short of miraculous. These guys and girls have brought us back from the brink. My gratitude to them is pretty much endless."
Had an opportunity to connect with @VancityReynolds and @wick_22 at the @conquercovid19 PPE drive. I want to thank… https://t.co/j8l8YvPafU— Doug Ford (@Doug Ford) 1586622699.0
Reynolds and Wickenheiser have both been working with the Conquer COVID organization to deliver protective equipment to medical professionals and other people who need it.
So proud of this entire team. 🙌🙌 https://t.co/KAGxNSXw0f— Ryan Reynolds (@Ryan Reynolds) 1586611996.0
Reynolds recently shared a tweet from the Olympic hockey star: "This is @conquercovid19 team! Regular folks led by med students Yusuf and Reza doing amazing work! Thank you @VancityReynolds."
"So proud of this entire team," Reynolds wrote in response.
The Canadian actor had previously promised to donate signed Deadpool merchandise to people who helped out by donating their own PPE to the cause.