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English Canada likely did not hear "O Canada" until a group of school children sang it for the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall (later King George V and Queen Mary), touring Canada in 1901 to the thrill of millions of native-born citizens and the utter lack of interest from the millions of immigrants pouring into the country at that time. " In 1906, a Toronto doctor named Thomas Bedford Richardson wrote one version. In 1908, a certain Mercy E. Powell McCulloch (voted "the most gentile name in human history" by the Kingston, Ontario, B'nai B'rith) wrote another version that also did not take.
SOME THOUGHTS ON THE EMBLEMS OF THE TWO NATIONS It is worth noting that all Canadians appear to be happy with the beaver as our national emblem. Not so with Americans and the bald eagle. Benjamin Franklin, perhaps the greatest American figure of all time (with the possible exception of John Kenneth Galbraith, who is actually Canadian), felt passionately that the eagle was a rotten choice as America's national emblem. I quote without 22 permission since Franklin's touching words have been in the public domain for over two centuries: "I wish that the bald eagle had not been chosen as the representative of our country.
Go figure). Most potentially dangerous to the great tradition of the monarchy in Canada is the push to remove or downgrade 40 the sovereign through frequent attempts to update the Citizenship Act, last tabled in the fall of 2002. ) swear (or affirm) that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, queen of Canada, her heirs and successors, according to the law, and I will faithfully observe the laws of Canada and fulfil my duties as a Canadian citizen.