10 Awesome Videos for Canada Day

Happy Canada Day!

‘O Canada’ as sung by the Rexall crowd before the Oilers’ Stanley Cup playoff game vs. The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, 05/23/06.

The most famous space cadet in showbiz takes helm of our heritage and treats us to a memorable rendition of Canada’s national anthem.

The Nylons’ sing their version of Oh Canada, still heard in schools across the country.

Our anthem. Like never before. Five musicians conduct an experiment to perform O Canada using nothing but instruments made from Molson Canadian bottles and cans. The result is something no one expected.

Tom Brokaw explains the relationship between Canada and The United States, in a pre-recorded short film that aired on NBC, prior to the Opening Ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on Feb. 12th, 2010.

Official video for “Oh Canada”, from Classified’s 2009 album ‘Self Explanatory’. Directed by Cazhmere in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Justin Bieber sings Oh Canada in French and English

Notable Molson beer advertising campaign.

“Tears Are Not Enough” was a 1985 charity single recorded by a supergroup of Canadian artists, under the name Northern Lights, to raise funds for famine relief in Ethiopia. The project was organized by Bruce Allen, who brought together a large group of artists to record a song written by Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance and David Foster. The song was recorded on February 10, 1985 at Manta Sound studios in Toronto, Ontario.
Featuring Bryan Adams, Corey Hart, Anne Murray, Geddy Lee (Rush), Bruce Cockburn, Platinum Blonde, Paul Shaeffer, Guess Who, Ronny Hawkins, Gordon Lightfoot, Neil Young etc. Inspired by “Do they know it’s Christmas?” and “We are the world” famine relief fund raisers.

SCTV, 11/5/82 – CBC’s “Canadian Programming”/”It’s a Canadian Fact” – Promos for “The Rowdyman”, “Magnum P.E.I.”, “Hello Metric, Au Revoir Avoirdupois!”, and finally, Ken Taylor, Canadian Counsel General to N.Y., for Moose Beer. John Candy, Martin Short, and Mary Charlotte-Wilcox (in the Moose Beer ad).