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Strathy Undergraduate Working Papers on Canadian English
Volume 5
2004

Hon, Vivien and Jennifer Ulrichsen
Harry Potter and the mongering of British English: The influence of British English on Canadian English. 1-9

Porter, Emily and Rebecca Winterton
Take a break! Go on vacation during your holidays!
9-16

Saaltink, Robyn and Katherine Salsman
Haligonian? Is that even a word?: A study of English as spoken in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
17-27

Kalwani, Tania and Chris Kang
Ya dun know the truth about Canadian urban slang?
28-41

Branchaud, Kaleena and Joanna Rekas
I am Canadian! A study of Canadian English at Queen's University.
42-52

Nobbe, Adrienne and Pamela Russell
Dialects and song: Examples of Maritime dialects in traditional folk music.
53-76

Boomgaardt, Aisling
How regional is Canadian regional slang?
63-76

Cook, Elizabeth and Kristina Kolly
How's she goin', by'? A study of Newfoundland's best-known colloquialism
77-85

Cathcart, Matthew and Nicole Gray
Did you just say "nine-zero-five"? The use of "zero" and "oh" when reciting phone numbers
86-92

Leppik, Kimberley
"Fewer: See LESS": Why native speakers of Canadian English don't know the difference.
93-99

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