Let's take a few moments to wish our friends to the north a happy Canada Day.
It was on this day in 1867 that a brave band of Canadians ventured into the deepest, densest, darkest, most treacherous section of London, seeing to it that a bill passed the British Parliament to grant the provinces of North America a measure of autonomy. A hard-fought semi-independence, indeed!
In honor of the holiday, I have selected a few video clips for entertainment purposes only.
First, from Rose-Marie, Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald sing "Indian Love Call":
Next, Natalie Nevins performs the Big Band classic, "Canadian Sunset," on a 1966 episode of The Lawrence Welk Show. Ah-one, ah-two:
Third, Bob and Doug MacKenzie celebrate in the Great White North fashion(with beer):
Finally, Alanis Morrisette sings the Canadian national anthem, "O Canada," at -- naturally -- a Stanley Cup hockey match, in both English and French:
Célébrez, mes amis!
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