- n. Plural form of Canadian.
“During his eight-year tenure, which ended in 2009, he said enrollment of "postgraduate students" - the term Canadians use for those who have earned university degrees-increased at a steady rate, eventually making up 15 percent of the full-time student body and 50 percent of the part-time population.”
“A few hours before Rice spoke, Bush held a news conference, during which he called Canadians and other allies in Afghanistan brave souls.”
“The question therefore, of importance to Canadians is to carefully consider what position our present St. Lawrence waterway will occupy in view of the added water facilities provided through American territory.”
“Canadian officials had repeatedly pressed for the negotiations to be called "free trade" discussions, apparently because it is a term Canadians understand, according to a source from a European nation.”
“Trust me when all this says to Canadians is that the US system is purely a have and have not system that NOBODY here wants.”
“Why is it again Canadians live longer than Americans?”
“These fun filled, wild Canadians from the converted Greyhound bus hooped and hollered and with laughter and broad smiles we were all bent on adventure and having a blast.”
“But this raises a fundamental question: why should certain Canadians require what amounts to media advocacy for them to be able to exercise the same rights as their fellow-citizens?”
“What makes this new book unique for Americans and Canadians is that there is at least one chapter (if not more) in this book that each person will know very well, for it is about where they live.”
“When Quebec secedes the Obama administration immediately sends troops to Atlantic Canada to protect these former Canadians from the raging Frenchies and to help the refugees.”
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