Yes, we have many Snowflakes in Canada as well. You are in America to honour the anthem, and instead you are choosing to disrespect it? I would like to have a conversation with her, would probably be a lengthy one and I can only assume people like this are thick. Reason # 948867 not to trust Canada. Vancouver woman singing O Canada at Seahawks game to kneel after U.S. anthem VANCOUVER — A Vancouver woman invited to sing O Canada before a Seahawks game in Seattle says she will take a knee during the American anthem to support protesting NFL players and make a statement about human rights. Arielle Tuliao said she broke into tears when she read an email from the Seahawks asking her to sing Canada's national anthem on Sunday as part of the team's celebration honouring Canadian fans. "They sent me a specific clip of me singing for the (Vancouver) Canucks, which in itself was my original dream," Tuliao said Friday, the same day she decided she'd be kneeling with players. The 28-year-old singer and actor who made her foray into belting out O Canada for professional teams by performing at a Vancouver Whitecaps soccer match last year said the opportunity to sing for the Seahawks brought up some conflicting feelings. Tuliao wondered how she'd respond as players kneeled or locked arms during the Star-Spangled Banner in keeping with protests by NFL and NBA teams over police brutality against African-Americans and President Donald Trump's portrayal of their stance as unpatriotic. "How do I take a stand without bringing unnecessary drama to my country? I want to honour the Seahawks for celebrating their true north fans but at the same time it's my job to also stand up for (their) rights, not just as American citizens, but as humans." Tuliao said she won't kneel during the Canadian anthem because that would take away from the Seahawks' celebration of their growing fan base in Canada. "But I'm 100 per cent confident that I'll be kneeling for the American anthem," she said, adding she'll also be celebrating her brother's birthday in Seattle on Sunday as her team takes on the Indianapolis Colts.