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She says she couldn't let fear stop her from "doing the right thing.''
You won't find Remigio Pereira's rendition in here.
Cherry was offended by the change, but the targets of his ire were perhaps misplaced.
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"That was my singular motivation when I said all lives matter."
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After only seven months in office, this new government believes they have the right to unilaterally rewrite or recast the heritage they inherited. Even more troubling is the way they are framing the debate about the change to our anthem.
The Russian federation had claimed its players had been confused after the rink-side gate was left open and took that as a signal to leave.
Canada is a multicultural country, so it only makes sense to hear how our beautiful anthem sounds in other dialects and languages.
"O Canada" might be the prettiest national anthem out there, though we're willing to admit we're more than a little biased on the topic. So it would make sense, given our proximity to the U.S. and our...
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We may have to pardon his French. After all, it's not easy waxing operatic in front of thousands of people who showed up at the Tampa Bay Times Forum to watch grown men chase a tiny piece of rubber ar...
The Vancouver Canucks and Ottawa Senators threw on throwback jerseys Sunday and laced up their skates to do battle on the ice in BC Place, which is normally a football stadium, for this year's NHL Her...
What Paula Simons doesn't appear to understand is that there is more chance of teaching kids, with enthusiasm, that sex is best saved for marriage so that as much as possible, children can be conceived in a loving home environment, from a Christian-based organization than from a Planned Parenthood-based organization.
Canadian literary icon Margaret Atwood has joined the chorus of prominent Canadian women calling for the lyrics of "O Canada" to be more gender-neutral amid the launch of an official campaign to corre...
Women have been brought up to believe that they have the right to pursue their own goals and dreams without any consideration for those around them. As a result, we have women having babies who almost immediately hand the child off to a daycare worker or nanny so that they can return to the office in order to feel fulfilled.
Approximately 20 per cent of Canadians cannot sing the words to "O Canada" without being hypocrites. They are atheists; "O Canada"'s words are theist in both languages. The words to "O Canada" need updating in both languages. This should not be difficult if we accept the notion of separation of church and state.