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Toronto Symphony Orchestra's use of unofficial version of O Canada irks activist The Toronto Symphony Orchestra chose to use the new version of O Canada in its government funded Canada 150 project, even though the proposed change to the country's national anthem has not yet passed final reading in the Senate. (SCREENSHOT) The Toronto Symphony Orchestra has jumped the gun on the latest version of O Canada. While a controversial change proposed to the anthem has yet to receive royal assent, the TSO included it in a Canada 150 musical mosaic — funded with $7.5 million from the federal government — that has been posted online. Activist Mona Matteo questioned why it’s OK for the TSO to use the new version of O Canada before it’s passed into law but marijuana remains a chargeable offence even though it’s expected to be legalized in 2018. There has been much speculation that the new wording — “in all of us command” rather than the current “in all thy sons command” — contained in Bill C-210 will be passed into law by Canada’s 150th birthday on July 1, despite the outcry of disapproval from many Canadians. “I think it’s outrageous (the government) would do this without allowing all Canadians a chance to offer their input,” Matteo told the Toronto Sun on Thursday. “Our Shared Anthem” — posted months ago on the TSO’s website — has various Canadian singers performing O Canada in the country’s 12 most commonly spoken languages, including French, Mandarin and Cree. And the English version, performed by mezzo-soprano Julie Nesrallah, uses the proposed change. Matteo called the new wording “disrespectful” to Canada’s countless young sons who were “slaughtered in the trenches” in the Second World War, a sacrifice that enabled future Canadians to focus on issues such as inclusiveness and gender identity. TSO spokesman Francine Labelle countered the symphony’s goal was to focus on the ideals of inclusion and diversity. “We recorded the national anthem in multiple languages, in addition to English and French, so as to telegraph the wonderful human mosaic that Canada|Liquid Grip is Canada,” she added. “We used the gender-neutral wording — wording that has been prescribed and approved in Bill C-210 — for those same reasons.” Labelle said that it certainly appears the proposed wording change will receive royal assent.
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