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Canadian English, especially spelling

   (2011.06.21)

Here we have what is easily the dumbest thing written about English linguistics in ’011

   (2011.05.19)

Somebody tell Becky Toyne that Canadian English is not “muddled… with American words and (mostly) British spellings”

   (2011.04.01)

Memo to Sara Hawker of the OED: No, ‑ise and ‑yse verb endings aren’t correct in Canada

   (2010.12.29)

Misty Harris wrote the worst article about words of the year. And the worst sin in this worst article? Guidette says it all

   (2010.12.16)

G20

   (2010.12.10)

All 573 Canadian English headwords from the OED

   (2010.08.25)

It’s in the most overrated book of the year, The Imperfectionists

   (2010.05.31)

Robert McCrum actually doesn’t talk about Canadian English in his new book Globish

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