My Canada

The Hamilton Spectator - - OUR PULSE - SARA SENNAOUI, GRADE 10

I live in a place that means “beau­ti­ful wa­ter”; The spirit is only get­ting stronger. It’s a place that I can learn. And so many good things to earn, Right here in my Canada.

We stand up for our rights, And fly our kites. We have many beau­ti­ful trees, And a nice summer’s breeze. Right here in my Canada.

From sea to sea, This is the home for me. The soil be­neath the ground, Was once not so sound, Right here in my Canada.

The guns of the sol­diers, Rested on their shoul­ders, Pro­tect­ing us from east to west, We pride our­selves on hav­ing the best, Right here in my Canada.

From the cold higher ter­ri­to­ries, To the lower prairies, We’re faith­ful to our coun­try, And for maple syrup, we’re al­ways hun­gry. Right here in my Canada.

My friends and family, Live in Canada so very hap­pily. Some­times it’s the lit­tle things, Like when the na­tional an­them be­gins, That makes this, My Canada.

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