Canadian English
Canadian English (CanE, CE, en-CA) is the variety of English spoken in Canada. English is the first language, or "mother tongue", of approximately 24 million Canadians (77%), and more than 28 million ...
Canadian English - Wikipedia
West/Central Canadian English
The West–Central Canadian English dialect is one of the largest and most homogeneous dialect areas in North America, ranging from Ontario, through the Prairie Provinces to British Columbia. It forms a...
West/Central Canadian English - Wikipedia
Ottawa Valley Twang
The Ottawa Valley Twang is a linguistic enclave within Canada. It extends along the Ottawa River, from northwest of Montreal through the city of Ottawa and north of Algonquin Park.There are at least t...
Ottawa Valley Twang - Wikipedia
Quebec English
Quebec English is the common term for the set of various linguistic and social phenomena affecting the use of English in the predominantly French-speaking Canadian province of Quebec.There are few dis...
Maritimer English
Canadian Maritime English or Maritimer English is a dialect of English spoken in the Maritime provinces of Canada. Quirks include the removal of pre-consonantal /r/ sounds, and a faster speech tempo. ...
Newfoundland English
Newfoundland English is a name for several accents and dialects of English found in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Most of these differ substantially from the English commonly spoken elsew...
Canadian Aboriginal syllabics
Canadian Aboriginal syllabic writing, or simply syllabics, is a family of abugidas (consonant-based alphabets) used to write a number of Aboriginal Canadian languages of the Algonquian, Inuit, and (fo...
Canadian Aboriginal syllabics - Wikipedia
Inuit languages
The Inuit languages are a closely related group of Native American languages traditionally spoken across the North American Arctic and to some extent in the subarctic in Labrador. The related Yupik la...
Inuit languages - Wikipedia
Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics (Unicode block)
Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics is a Unicode block containing characters for writing Inuktitut, Carrier, several dialects of Cree, and Canadian Athabascan languages. Additions for some Cree dial...
North Central American English
The Upper Midwest (or North Central) is an American English dialect region that includes the Upper Midwestern United States, while excluding the dialect of the geographically overlapping Inland North ...
Eh
Eh (/ˈeɪ/ or /ˈɛ/) is a spoken interjection in English that is similar in meaning to "Excuse me," "Please repeat that" or "huh?" It is also commonly used as a question tag, i.e., method for inciting a...
California English
California English (or Californian, Californian English) is a variety of American English spoken in California. California is home to a highly diverse population, which is reflected in the historical ...
Central Pennsylvania accent
Central Pennsylvania dialect is a regional dialect of American English spoken in the central part of Pennsylvania. Most scholars view the dialect as closely related to Western Pennsylvania speech, oft...
Northeast Pennsylvania English
Northeast Pennsylvania English is the local dialect of American English spoken in northeastern Pennsylvania, specifically in the Coal Region, which includes the cities and towns of Hazleton, Pottsvill...
Canadian Oxford Dictionary
The Canadian Oxford Dictionary is a dictionary of Canadian English. First published by Oxford University Press Canada in 1998, it became a well-known reference for Canadian English.The second edition...
Cape Breton accent
The Cape Breton accent describes variants of Canadian English spoken on Cape Breton Island, a large island on the north-eastern coast of the province of Nova Scotia in Canada, comprising about one-fif...
Lunenburg English
Lunenburg English is a dialect of English, spoken in the town of Lunenburg and Lunenburg County in the province of Nova Scotia. It is sometimes called "Lunenburg Dutch". The dialect shows unique featu...
Official bilingualism in Canada
The official languages of Canada are English and French, which "have equality of status and equal rights and privileges as to their use in all institutions of the Parliament and Government of Canada,"...
Official bilingualism in Canada - Wikipedia
Blackfoot language
Blackfoot, also known as Siksika (ᓱᖽᐧᖿ) – the language's denomination in ISO 639-3 – Pikanii, Pied Noir, and Blackfeet, is the Algonquian language spoken by the Blackfoot tribes of Native Americans, w...
Canadian Maritime English
Canadian Maritime English or Maritimer English is a dialect of English spoken in the Maritime provinces of Canada. Quirks include the removal of pre-consonantal /r/ sounds, and a faster speech tempo. ...
Canadian Shift
The Canadian Shift is a linguistic vowel shift found in Canadian English. It was first described by Clarke, Elms and Youssef in 1995, based on impressionistic analysis.The shift involves the front la...
Canadian Shift - Wikipedia
Visible minority
A visible minority is defined by the Canadian government as "persons, other than aboriginal peoples, who are non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour". The term is used primarily as a demographic...
Visible minority - Wikipedia
Phonological history of English low back vowels
The phonology of the low back vowels of the English language has undergone changes both overall and with regional variations, dating from Late Middle English (c. 1400) to the present. The sound change...
Phonological history of English low back vowels - Wikipedia
Flag jacking
Flag jacking is a Canadian slang term used to describe the act of a traveler wearing a foreign flag on their clothing or backpack, in an attempt to disguise the country they are visiting from, primari...
Philadelphia accent
Philadelphia English is the variety of American English spoken in Philadelphia and extending into Philadelphia's suburbs in the Delaware Valley and South and Central Jersey. It is one of the best-stud...
Western Cree syllabics
Western Cree syllabics are a variant of Canadian Aboriginal syllabics used to write Plains Cree, Woods Cree and the western dialects of Swampy Cree. It is used for all Cree dialects west of approxima...
Western Cree syllabics - Wikipedia
North American English regional phonology
North American English regional phonology is the study of variations in the pronunciation of spoken English by the inhabitants of various parts of North America (United States and Canada). North Amer...
French immersion
French immersion is a form of bilingual education in which a child who does not speak French as his or her first language receives instruction in school in French. In most French-immersion schools, ch...