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Archive for category: Canadian English

Canadian English, especially spelling

   (2009.12.22)

What’s the American word of the year? Birther. What’s the word of the year, period? Birther. And here’s why

   (2009.09.18)

The Royal Bank of Canada has trouble spelling the word practise

   (2009.09.17)

Excitable city councillor Howard Moscoe goes a bit overboard complaining about Microsoft Word’s anglicisms

   (2009.03.31)

Pasta, Mazda, balcony, nirvana, alcove

   (2007.11.07)

Q&A with Katherine Barber and John Robert Colombo, mostly about Canadian English

   (2007.06.16)

A book by Toronto writers about Toronto architecture… written in British English and typeset in Helvetica Light

   (2006.09.29)

Myths about Canadian English, and why your B.A. in English lit does not set you up to do captioning

   (2006.09.11)

130 words that are spelled differently in the U.S., the U.K., and of course Canada

   (2006.09.03)

Taking CBC captioning down a notch (how many notches has it got left?), this time with a Robbie Coltrane vehicle

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