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Way to work that dance floor, Canada! Your dance moves and donations in support of @KidsHelpPhone have ensured Canada’s kids will never be alone. Thank you for joining the Never Dance Alone-a-thon. Now, let’s dance the night away! #neverdancealone
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Today, your dance moves can do some good. Join the thousands of Canadians who have posted their dance videos using #neverdancealone in support of @KidsHelpPhone . Your videos and donations can help ensure Canada’s youth are never alone.