Canadian foodie expression as per the Canadian Oxford
USAians may think this refers to a majority in the Senate and the House
of Representatives, but it means in fact two sugars and two creams in
(from CBC Radio this morning)
From the page of the Canadian Oxford come other typically English
We all use Canadian English every day: when we order a pizza "all-dressed", hope to get a "seat sale" to go south during "March break", or "book off" work to meet with a "CGA" to discuss "RRSPs".
Whether you call your favourite doughnut a jambuster, a bismarck, a Burlington bun, or the more prosaic jelly doughnut may depend on where you live in Canada, but they will all be found in The Canadian Oxford Dictionary.
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