Companies across Canada are sharing cute and corny Valentine's day cards
In case you forgot to check your calendar this morning, it's officially Valentine's Day — and Canadian companies are going all-out with the cheesy cards for 2020.
Hockey Night in Canada released four hilarious cards to celebrate the occasion.
Hockey is so romantic 😍— Hockey Night in Canada (@hockeynight) February 14, 2020
Happy #ValentinesDay @HockeyCanada @pou29 #Kerfoot #Armia #Benn @Canucks @MapleLeafs @CanadiensMTL pic.twitter.com/qLRud2a0ml
While Canada Beef put out a pun-filled card for steak lovers.
Loving you is no mis-steak. We were marinade for each other. Happy Valentine's Day from Canada Beef 💖 pic.twitter.com/Vwb191JzUX— CDN Beef Community (@LoveCDNbeef) February 14, 2020
The Canada Revenue Agency wants Canadians to update their marital status together.
Happy Valentine’s day! pic.twitter.com/inYN3Ro5Id— Canada Revenue Agency (@CanRevAgency) February 14, 2020
And the Toronto Raptors referenced the time that Serge Ibaka almost broke the Internet with his scarf.
Canadian Tire found something more exciting than chocolate in their heart-shaped boxes.
You're not the only one dreaming of your perfect Valentine's...😍 pic.twitter.com/B7XkCoLm6g— Canadian Tire (@CanadianTire) February 14, 2020
And Tennis Canada gave a shout-out to Vasek Pospisil, who is better known these days as the "big maple syrup" guy.
#ValentinesDay pic.twitter.com/BmcJE3YEcp— Tennis Canada (@TennisCanada) February 14, 2020
RCMP Alberta created an oddly charming but serious card about the pitfalls of car theft.
In 2019, there were over 9,900 thefts of vehicles in Alberta RCMP jurisdiction. #SaferAB #VehicleValentines pic.twitter.com/jfzd9zV7Mp— RCMP Alberta (@RCMPAlberta) February 10, 2020
While Air Canada asked travellers a very important question.
For my Valentine I’d give:#ValentinesDay— Air Canada (@AirCanada) February 14, 2020
It was the Government of Canada, however, that won the day with its cheesy but accurate Valentine's Day card.
Happy Valentine’s Day! ♥️— Canada (@Canada) February 14, 2020
Love, Canada pic.twitter.com/MiHFPa0Nz2
Happy Valentine's Day, Canada.
Government of Canada
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