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Strathy Undergraduate Working Papers on Canadian English
Volume 2
2001

Hawkes, Laura
Maritime English is Funner-But Ontario English is More Fun!
1-16

Danon, Lara
African American Vernacular English and African Nova Scotian English: A comparison of phonology and grammar.
17-23

Otten, Jolien
Isolation or integration: How does the French majority influence the speakers of English in Quebec?
24-30

Eibenschutz, Vanessa
Bagel and lox for lunch? The presence of Yiddish in Canadian English.
31-38

Gresham, Christine
The ancient Chinook jargon of British Columbia: A trading language.
39-44

Koehler, Jasmin
Indian place names in British Columbia.
45-54

Feaver, Matthew
The disappearing rural variant: A study of a dying piece of Canadian English.
55-58

White, Nancy
Canadian English and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: A national voice on the airwaves.
59-68

Garetson, Laura
To be a fisher or not to be a fisher-That is the question at the CBC: A study of the constant and changing linguistic standards at the CBC.
68-73

Gleave, Chris
A survey in search of standard Canadian English.
74-80

McFadden, Kelly
Canadian English on the world wide web.
81-92

Neunhoeffer, Margarete J.
Canadian English in Canadian Fiction.
93-100

Gottesman, Ben
Determining the effect of a syllable boundary on Canadian Raising.
101-112

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