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Christopher Hyndman remembered for his wit and warmth

08/05/2015 08:10 EDT | Updated 08/05/2016 05:59 EDT
Known for his sharp wit, warmth and humour, beloved CBC television personality Christopher Hyndman had a profound effect on his fans and those lucky enough to have known him personally.   

In the wake of his death, co-workers, friends and fans across the country took to social media to mourn the Steven and Chris co-host. In an interview on CBC Radio's Metro Morning, Hyndman's friend Jeanne Beker credited him with saving her life when she struggled through a period of deep depression.

CBC invites you to share your memories and condolences with Hyndman's family and other Canadians.

Providing your name is optional, but please include your location.

If you have personal stories to share, email them to us at yournews@cbc.ca.

If you have any photos or videos, share them with us at yournews.cbc.ca/upload.

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 Canadian Broadcasting Centre in Toronto for anyone wishing to leave messages, mementos or flowers.

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