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In Search of the Standard in Canadian English
Strathy Occasional Papers on Canadian English

Volume 1
1986

Chambers, J.K
Three kinds of standard in Canadian English.
1-15

Wanamaker, M.G.
A response to J.K. Chambers.
16-20

Pringle, I.W.V.
The complexity of the concept of standard.
20-38.

Kinloch, A.M.
A response to I.W.V. Pringle.
39-40

Story, G.M.
The role of the dictionary in Canadian English.
41-53

Pratt, T.K.
A response to G.M. Story.
54-64

Nowlan, M.O.
Language: The instrument of the educator.
65-76

MacDonald, H.
Learning to live with "The soup that eats like a meal": A response to M. Nowlan.
77-84

McClung, M.G.
A response to M. Nowlan.
85-87

Stewart, W.
Language and the thought throwing machines.
88-100.

Willinsky, J.
Computing the standard. 
101-111

Halpenny, F.
The editor in Canada.
112-119

Cobden, M.
The standard in Canadian journalism.
120-125

Czarnecki, B.
The standard in freelance editing.
126-129

Haskett, L.
The Canadian publishing house standard. 
130-132

Woods, H.B.
Variations in English as a second language in Canada. 
139-156

Baker, R.J.
A response to H.B. Woods.
152-156

Gregg, R.J.
The standard and where we stand now.
157-168

Warkentyne, H.J.
A response to R.J. Gregg.
169-177

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