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Canada is getting its own version of Together at Home with Celine Dion

Some of the country's biggest stars are joining forces for a night of song, story and inspiration for the Stronger Together at-home showcase.

The queen Céline Dion, Michael Bublé, Bryan Adams, Shania Twain, Sarah McLachlan, Russell Peters and lots more are all set to perform from their homes this Sunday.

The Stronger Together all-Canadian showcase is being broadcast and streamed by nearly every major network in support of frontline workers and Food Banks Canada’s $150 million campaign

"Featuring a mix of music, messages, and more, STRONGER TOGETHER, TOUS ENSEMBLE presents iconic Canadians sharing their stories of hope and inspiration in a national salute to frontline workers combatting COVID-19," reads a press release.

"Canadian talent are uniting to show everyone working on the front lines of this pandemic that we are all #strongertogether."

The show will also include appearances by Howie Mandel, David Suzuki, Bianca Andreescu, Rick Mercer, Alessia Cara, Connor McDavid, Margaret Atwood, Buffy Sainte-Marie, the Arkells and more. Basically every famous Canadian you can name is taking part in this.

It's meant to be Canada's version of Together at Home, which saw stars like Lady Gaga, Lizzo, Taylor Swift and more perform from quarantine in support for frontline workers.

Streams for the show are available via:

  • and CTV app; and iHeartRadio Canada app
  • CBC Gem and
  • Global TV app,, and

You can catch it all on Sunday, April 26 at 7 p.m.

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Celine Dion

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