The accompanying YouTube video is spliced with Canadians sharing thoughts about what they imagine to be "great" about America, which could be pretty uplifting at face value.
For example, one person said, "We know you've got some really big decisions to make, but as you're thinking about your future, we just want you to know that you guys are great".
Living up to their "nice to a fault" stereotype, a group of Canadians has started a social media campaign to encourage Americans this election season.
The campaign seems to be taking off.
Some have pledged to flee to the Great White North if their unfavorable presidential candidate wins, a sentiment you hear nearly every four years.
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In a blog post, the agency said: "It's no secret that America is going through a hard time right now". The Garden admits they weren't sure what to expect when they requested these "Tell America It's Great" submissions. "Because with all the bad stuff being thrown around out there, we feel like we could all use a little positivity right about now".
They share the longest land border and they are deeply connected in terms of their societies, economies, laws and defense.
Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has further cemented ties with his liberal policies, and his yoga moves have provided ample content for viral memes.
Of course, every four years American political partisans of one stripe or another swear they will move to Canada if the presidential candidate they oppose wins.
Many Americans we're quick to show their appreciation.
"There's an idea being floated out there, that our American friends just aren't as great as they used to be, and that to be 'great again, ' some pretty scary changes need to happen", Shane Ogilvie, co-founder of The Garden, told Forbes.