Strathy Undergraduate Working Papers on Canadian English
Pike, Alison and Erica Corbett
Youse Guys Ever Hears of Lanark?
Carr, Alison and Emily Russell
I didn't know cod fish had tongues! A study of Newfoundland food vocabulary.
Milicevic, Dobrija and Nina Rytwinski
A taste of Ontario English sprinkled with a dash of French.
Cudmore, Joanna and Pat Tanzola
QABT: Queen's Acronyms and Bubble-Talk: A survey and analysis of acronyms printed in the Queen's Journal.
Campbell, Ian and Justin LeBlanc
Age dependence of technological lexicon in Canadian English
Cheung, Christina and Sarah Clarke
How to shark a sketchy stunned tread: A study of localized Canadian slang.
Pourtier, Violaine and Karen Dawson
CBC English and Ontario university students.
Caswell, Dawn and Priscilla Hu
A study on the use of Canadian English: English as a second language students vs. native English speakers in Canada.
Blackstock, Tara and Amanda Bolton
Do Canadian children speak American English?
Lai, San and Selena Rutherford
Wong, Clara and Christina Alyea
Town and country: An urban myth?
Thorbun, Jennifer and Jennifer Wall
Canadian spelling variants: Do people consciously choose British spelling variants? (Or do they just think they do
Wringe, Kate and Jeanne Archambault de Beaune
Loony, Looney, Loonie? Toony, Tooney, Toonie, Twoony, Twooney, Twoonie?