Sing along to these 15 star-studded performances of 'O Canada'

From Céline Dion to Carly Rae Jepsen, here are our fave Canadian artists at their most patriotic.

From Céline Dion to Carly Rae Jepsen, here are our fave Canadian artists at their most patriotic

Geddy Lee, Alessia Cara and Alanis Morissette have all had the privilege of performing the Canadian national anthem at a big sporting event. (Photos from Getty Images/graphic by CBC)

Every year, Canada Day sparks celebrations and fireworks. Another guarantee on that day is that you'll be hearing the Canadian national anthem played out loud for everyone to sing along. 

Performing the anthem is something every Canadian has had to do, whether you're a kid in grade school or an award-winning musician. For the latter, many artists have taken to the stage or sports arena to sing for a big crowd, and there have been some truly memorable moments: Nikki Yanofsky's 2014 Grey Cup appearance or, more recently, Sarah McLachlan at Game 6 of the NBA Finals, where the Toronto Raptors captured the championship title for the first time ever. 

Below, we've compiled 15 of our favourite Canadian stars performing the national anthem. Which ones are your fave? Share with us @CBCMusic.

Alessia Cara (2019)

Nikki Yanofsky (2014)

Barenaked Ladies (2013)

Rush's Geddy Lee (1993)

Serena Ryder (2014)

Anne Murray (1989)

Melanie Fiona (2011)

Jess Moskaluke (2017)

Sarah McLachlan (2019)

Carly Rae Jepsen (2019)

Alanis Morissette (2007)

Céline Dion (1992

William Shatner (2011)

Shania Twain (1996)

Nelly Furtado (2016)

Bonus: Michael Bublé and Stephen Colbert mashing the Canadian and U.S. national anthems together at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics


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