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Toilet rolls and mask signage: BC Ferries Christmas tree celebrates all things 2020

This Christmas tree was spotted on the BC Ferries northern route from Port Hardy to Prince Rupert. Joshua Azizi / Twitter

A photo shared on social media a few days ago depicted what could be the perfect 2020 Christmas tree.

Joshua Azizi posted a photo on Twitter of a tree he spotted on BC Ferries’ northern route from Port Hardy to Prince Rupert.

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The tree is filled with what many would call imagery of 2020, including a toilet seat for a star, toilet brush and toilet roll ornaments, blown-up gloves and BC Ferries mandatory mask signage, which was replaced after some people thought it was too phallic.

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Azizi said the festive tree appeared during the last two hours of the 22-hour journey.

In a statement Wednesday, BC Ferries said the tree was an attempt to shine some humour on the pandemic but it has since been redecorated.

“We continue to take the pandemic seriously; the safety of our employees, customers and communities remains our priority,” spokesperson Deborah Marshall said.