O Canada

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O Canada

n
the Canadian national anthem
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Its very appropriately called 'Oh Canada.'" He added, "If we don't make a deal on Canada, that's fine." (pickup previous) ak.bs
Indeed, I am aware not all countries have a national anthem dedicated to the country/land but JS Dunn's examples were far from meaningful, as the following highlights: Oh Canada, the National anthem of Canada, is not dedicated to an individual.
The Barenaked Ladies performed "Oh Canada" before Fergie took center court.
OH CANADA The country's capital is preparing to put on the biggest show in 150 years
OH CANADA: Milos Raonic has lost twice to Andy Murray already this year
On Thursday (18 February, 2016), Australian artist Missy Higgins released a single called "Oh Canada" as a tribute to the deceased, which describes the Kurdi family's tragic journey fleeing Syria.
Loyalist Nova Scotia Underground Rail Road OH Canada!
(9.) Denise Markonish, "Oh Canada; Or, How I Learned to Love 3.8 Million Square Miles of Art North of the 49th Parallel," in Oh, Canada: Contemporary Art from North North America, ed.
Hunt Valley, MD, June 03, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Oh Canada! The University of Guelph is ready to compete with other International powerhouses of Track and Field as they announced a new stadium project that will utilize the revolutionary BSS 2000 track and field surface to replace the antiquated cinder running track.
Oh Canada, you are so lucky because you got the World War II-set miniseries Bomb Girls, featuring a super-foxy lesbian riveter named Betty.
Oh Canada our home and native land True patriot love in all our sons command With glowing hearts we see thee rise The true north strong and free From far and wide O Canada We stand on guard for thee.
It is the most famous piece of music this side of "Oh Canada," and the media has been full of outraged comments from hockey fans upset that it will no longer open the broadcast that has been Canada's main hockey TV showcase since NHL games first appeared on the smallscreen in the 1950s.