French Canadian Sayings- - Comme on dit au Québec - -Les dits quebecois at Bill Casselman's Canadian Word of the Day

French Canadian Sayings- - Comme on dit au Québec - -Les dits quebecois at Bill Casselman's Canadian Word of the Day

Shit Canadians say to Aboriginal Women. my women's studies activism project on the mistreatment of aboriginal women in canadian society. Response to Stolen Sisters

Shit Canadians say to Aboriginal Women. my women's studies activism project on the mistreatment of aboriginal women in canadian society. Response to Stolen Sisters

Canadians don’t call a two-dollar coin “two dollar coin”, we call it Toonie. In fact, all the Canadian coins have names as listed.

Canadians don’t call a two-dollar coin “two dollar coin”, we call it Toonie. In fact, all the Canadian coins have names as listed.

Holiday: Canadians use the term "holiday" interchangeably with "vacation."  E.g., "When are you taking your holiday this year?" "I think I might go on holiday in July."

Holiday: Canadians use the term "holiday" interchangeably with "vacation." E.g., "When are you taking your holiday this year?" "I think I might go on holiday in July."

Canadians aren't the only ones who pronounce it this way. The British also say zed. Since they invented the English language; I'm gonna say we Canadians and Brits are pronouncing it right.

Canadians aren't the only ones who pronounce it this way. The British also say zed. Since they invented the English language; I'm gonna say we Canadians and Brits are pronouncing it right.

More expressions French Canadian Sayings- - Comme on dit au Québec - -Les dits quebecois at Bill Casselmans Canadian Word of the Day

More expressions French Canadian Sayings- - Comme on dit au Québec - -Les dits quebecois at Bill Casselmans Canadian Word of the Day

Stag and stagette parties: bachelor and bachelorette parties.

Stag and stagette parties: bachelor and bachelorette parties.

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