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Strathy Undergraduate Working Papers on Canadian English
Volume 3
2002


Pike, Alison and Erica Corbett
Youse Guys Ever Hears of Lanark?
1-9

Carr, Alison and Emily Russell
I didn't know cod fish had tongues! A study of Newfoundland food vocabulary.
10-20

Milicevic, Dobrija and Nina Rytwinski
A taste of Ontario English sprinkled with a dash of French.
21-32

Cudmore, Joanna and Pat Tanzola
QABT: Queen's Acronyms and Bubble-Talk: A survey and analysis of acronyms printed in the Queen's Journal.
33-46

Campbell, Ian and Justin LeBlanc
Age dependence of technological lexicon in Canadian English
47-57

Cheung, Christina and Sarah Clarke
How to shark a sketchy stunned tread: A study of localized Canadian slang.
58-65

Pourtier, Violaine and Karen Dawson
CBC English and Ontario university students.
66-76

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.
76-86

Blackstock, Tara and Amanda Bolton
Do Canadian children speak American English?
87-96

Lai, San and Selena Rutherford
Canadian EH?
97-106

Wong, Clara and Christina Alyea
Town and country: An urban myth?
117-123

Thorbun, Jennifer and Jennifer Wall
Canadian spelling variants: Do people consciously choose British spelling variants? (Or do they just think they do
124-133

Wringe, Kate and Jeanne Archambault de Beaune
Loony, Looney, Loonie? Toony, Tooney, Toonie, Twoony, Twooney, Twoonie?
134-144

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