Please use the form below to send us your photos or videos of acts of kindness you have seen.

We’re looking for things like people brushing snow off cars or buying groceries for someone caught short at the checkout. We’re also looking for photos and video which express a "nugget of kindness," such as an elderly couple holding hands or a bouquet of flowers, or even photos or video which inspires one to feel kind, such as the sun shining when it’s -40.

You can also join the conversation with us on Twitter, using the #realyukongold hashtag or email anewday@cbc.ca

Bob Charlie

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Yukoner Bob Charlie talks about a very scary drive to Destruction Bay.

Ingrid Isaac

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Ingrid Isaac recounts a terrifying night when people broke into her apartment.

Laurel Parry

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Laurel Parry describes how she lost her beautiful Hudson's Bay blanket, given to her as a wedding gift.

Patti Balsillie

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Yukoner Patti Balsillie defines what she thinks are "nuggets of kindness", and recounts coming to the Yukon in 1989.

Kelly-Anne Malcomson

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Kelly-Anne Malcomson recounts a gift that was to go to her grandfather, who alway wanted the chance to serve his country.

Neil Graham

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Artist Neil Graham recalls his time in Toronto, when he was literally a starving artist.

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