Leftist Ottawa school advisory group discusses dropping ‘O Canada’ from classrooms
CTV News: It’s the start to every school day in Ontario: students standing for the national anthem. But in Ottawa public schools, there are conversations about whether that tradition should continue. Minutes from a meeting of the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board’s Indigenous Education Advisory Council say a member of the committee, Lili Miller, “expressed the opinion that this practice is distasteful and should be replaced with something more healthy and positive,” in regards to students standing and singing the Canadian national anthem.
Lili Miller is a censor, an iconoclast, and a destroyer of that which unites.
Something more "healthy and positive" would be singing the national anthem and then reciting the Lord's Prayer.