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Christopher Hyndman, share your condolences

Christopher Hyndman, co-host of the CBC-TV afternoon lifestyle show Steven and Chris, has died. To mark his death, we invite you to share your condolences with Hyndman's family and other Canadians.

Send your messages of sympathy for Hyndman's family

Christopher Hyndman, co-host of the CBC-TV afternoon lifestyle show Steven and Chris, was found dead in Toronto's east end Monday night. He was 49. 

Along with his on-screen and off-screen partner of 25 years, Steven Sabados, Hyndman hosted CBC's Steven and Chris and was among the first openly gay TV hosts.

Beloved for his tireless charisma, quick wit and disarming authenticity, Hyndman helped to reshape the daytime TV landscape through a series of successful design and lifestyle shows.

Send your condolences

To mark his death, we invite you to share your condolences with Hyndman's family and other Canadians.

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You can also leave messages on our Facebook page, or send them to us via Twitter to @CBCTrending.

The messages will be gathered in a story here.

A physical memorial has also been set up in the atrium of the CBC's Toronto broadcasting centre for anyone wishing to leave messages, mementos, or flowers.

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