Ryan Reynolds is sending some love to an Ontario college.

The actor, 43, took to Twitter on Friday to give Durham College a “digital high five,” thanking them for their work in providing face shields to the workers in the front lines amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

“Digital high fives to professors/students of Durham College, along with a well-distanced, lingering hug to industrialists in the town of Cobourg for printing and donating face shields to workers on the front lines,” he wrote.

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He added, “Also, heavy eye-contact to the brilliant, Tarek Loubani 🇨🇦 💪.”

Reynolds has regularly vocalized his support for the front line workers and has even sent generous donations to the food banks across the United States and Canada.

More recently, Reynolds joined forces with hockey pro Hayley Wickenheiser asking followers to help collect some critical PPE gear amid the crisis.