Despite the beautiful diversity of our home and native land, you've probably only heard the anthem in two languages: English and French.
So, for Canada Day, the Canadian Arab Institute has recorded "O Canada" in Arabic.
In Arabic, "O Canada" turns into يا كندا, or "Ya Canada" (which is pretty awesome).
The recording features Toronto opera singer Miriam Khalil and her stunning soprano pipes.
Watch the full performance below.
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