Very inspirational video. The phrase, "Yes we can" was coined by Cesar Chaves during the struggle to form the farmers' union in the late fifties,sixties in California. The phrase has also been used mostly in Mexico by politicians as well as by fans of the Mexican national soccer team using, "SI SE PUEDE" during international games. Thank you for the video..
I'm not a lumberjack or a fur trader.
I don't live in an igloo, eat blubber or own a dogsled.
I don't know Jimmy Suzie or Sally from Canada,
Although I'm certain they're very nice.
I have a prime minister, not a president,
I speak English and French, not American.
And I pronounce it 'about' not 'a-boot.'
I can proudly sew my country's flag on my backpack.
I believe in peacekeeping, not policing;
Diversity, not assimilation.
And that the beaver is a proud and noble animal.
A tuque is a hat, a chesterfield is a couch.
And it's pronounced zed. OK? Not zee. Zed.
Canada is the second-largest land mass,
the first nation of women's hockey
and the best part of North America.
My name is Cathy and I am Canadian.