The national anthem of Canada
"O Canada" is the national anthem of Canada. The song was originally commissioned by Lieutenant Governor of Quebec Théodore Robitaille for the 1880 Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day ceremony; Calixa Lavallée wrote the music as a setting of a French Canadian patriotic poem composed by poet and judge Sir Adolphe-Basile Routhier. The lyrics were originally in French and translated into English in 1906. Robert Stanley Weir wrote in 1908 another English version, which is the official and most popular version, one that is not a literal translation of the French. Weir's lyrics have been revised twice, taking their present form in 1980, but the French lyrics remain unaltered. "O Canada" had served as a de facto national anthem since 1939, officially becoming Canada's national anthem in 1980 when the Act of Parliament making it so received Royal Assent and became effective on July 1 as part of that year's Dominion Day celebrations.
The numerical value of o canada in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of o canada in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of o canada in a Sentence
That pipeline goes from Canada, the birthplace of Ted Cruz ... all the way to Texas, maybe there's a conflict of interest!
NAFTA has been a horrible deal for the United States. It's been very good for Canada, it's been very good for Mexico, but it's been horrible for the United States.
It seems pretty clear that predictions of wholesale reshoring back to market related countries like the U.S., Canada, Europe is not happening on a large scale, it is happening. And in selected industries, it's a major thing. But just as much as companies are returning, there are other situations where companies continue to offshore, either to Asia or to other parts of the world.
Weaker economic numbers out of China and other emerging market countries don't portend well for the commodity complex, which is what Canada is based on.
We’re working on NAFTA, if we’re able to make a deal with Canada and Mexico on NAFTA, there will be no reason to do tariffs with Canada and Mexico.