- A Canadian tenor has put a vocal quartet, after he had sung at the beginning of competitive sports in the US its own version of the Canadian national anthem.
The tenor of British Columbia, Remigio Pereira, the honor of O Canada was to be playing at the start of an international baseball competition in the Californian San Diego.
The quartet went according to Canadian media unanimously to start, but in the middle of the national anthem blaring Pereira 'we they all brothers and sisters and all lives do matter. '' He was taking up a placard that read All Lives Matter (all lives to matter). Pereira's variation on the official text (with fervent hearts we see you rise, the true north strong free) was not appreciated.
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The slogan All Lives Matter is seen in the US as a rejection of the Afro-American activists to spell Black Lives Matter against police brutality against blacks times. The quartet, now a trio, has social media apologized for 'selfish action '' Pereira.