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O Canada

n
the Canadian national anthem
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Then it was time for the national anthems, with the Barenaked Ladies doing a rendition of "Oh, Canada," and Fergie performing the "Star Spangled Banner."
Oh, Canada! What are your citizens doing so right that makes retirement something not to be feared?
Oh, Canada is the latest in a string of Canadian exhibitions presented abroad, including My Winnipeg (2011) at the Maison Rouge, Paris, and, more recently, the Group of Seven's largest European exhibition at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, London.
The article Oh, Canada! (April 2012 PAT) covered the first part of this journey.
Canadian Leader Celebrates Victory Over Opposition [NYT] Tories Take Some 'Jewish' Ridings From Liberals [The Canadian Jewish News] Related: Oh, Canada [Tablet Magazine] Perky 'Canada' Has Own Government, Laws [The Onion] Earlier: Canada PM Harper Continues Drive for Jewish Vote
Oh, Canada! They call it the "world next door," and that could not be more accurate.
Toronto -- William Gairdner, a Canadian social conservative writer, has published a new book, Oh, Oh, Canada!, in which he describes the pitiful state of our country.
She showed her affection for her adopted country by titling each chapter with a line or phrase from either The Ode to Newfoundland or Oh, Canada, throwing in a "God Bless the Hungarians with Good Cheer" for good measure.
Prior to the Supreme stunner, the Ontario Court of Appeals had ruled that the exclusion of gays from the institution of marriage is "illogical, offensive, and unjustifiable." Oh, Canada, I could drink a case of you.
OH, CANADA! The blue of the vast Canadian sky is the background for the design of the Canada vestments worn by the primate Archbishop Michael Peers.
Esther Pearlman uses her unique humour in her first book - 'Oh, Canada! - Lessons in Patience on a Tour of the Canadian Rockies' - to tell the tale of her physically taxing and disastrous trip to the Canadian Rockies with her husband.
There is a word that cannot be spoken in this country, and it is "genocide." Oh, Canada often uses the unspeakable word as a weapon against various Africans, for example, in laying blame for the horrors of famine and war in places such as Rwanda.