We employed polling company Campaign Research to get Canadians to weigh-in on the gender-neutral lyric changes to O’ Canada – namely, changing “all thy sons command” to “in all of us command.”
Well, the people have spoken, and the majority are not pleased.
The results are in and I’ll break them down for you but generally, every province disapproves of the changes though Quebecers are more ambivalent since the change only affects the English version.
Why did the Trudeau Liberals go through with this virtue-signalling exercise when it seems they were literally preaching to the choir?
They charged ahead with politically-correct lyric changes to our national anthem that nobody, other than the private member who introduced the bill, wanted and now that the changes are official, the majority of Canadians disapprove.
Well, the Liberals didn’t bother asking Canadians what they wanted, but we did.
It’s not too late to chip in to cover the costs of this poll which is the only way to find out how Canadians really feel about these virtue-signalling moves the Liberal government are pushing through.
Just label this new and not-so-improved anthem, Woe Canada.