Canada's National Anthem in Unofficial Languages


O Canada in Ojibwe

O Canada in Ojibwe

(Ojibwe version of O Canada by Melody Crowe,Language Instructor from Alderville First Nation)

O Canada, O maa en-ji-ba-yang                   O Canada, here where we’re from
Niin-da-kiim-naang ge-tchi pii-ten-da-gwak      Our land that is very valuable
Kiin wind kde-i-naang mash-ka-wen-dan-daa       In our hearts be very thankful
Gii-we-di-nong zaa-gi-too-daa                   North let us love
Naa-nii-bwi-daa,O Canada                        Let us stand, O Canada
We-we-na ka-na-wen-dan-daa                      Let us take good care of our home
O Canada, ki-tchi gwa-natch                     O Canada, very beautiful
Naa-nii-bwi-daa mii-gwe-chi-wen-dan-daa         Let us stand and be thankful
Naa-nii-bwi-daa mii-gwe-chi-wen-dan-daa.        Let us stand and be thankful.


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