Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to the Canadian province of Ontario
  • n. A native or inhabitant of Ontario, Canada

Etymologies

From Ontario +‎ -an. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • A disabled Ontarian is no less a Canadian than a disabled person in Manitoba.

    The Ontario Budget

  • "The group has a gentle, vulnerable sound that is most notable in the high-pitched, aching voice of the front man Tony Dekker, who recalls another Ontarian, Neil Young."

    JamBase

  • Besides teaching us that one does indeed call a person from Ontario an "Ontarian," Marjorie Ingall's reported, perceptive look at a controversial Canadian young-adult novel called The Shepherd's Granddaughter explored how to educate children about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and to what extent censorship is acceptable.

    Tablet Magazine

  • What savings per Ontarian would be realized by doing that, and how would it offset the rise in everyday expenditures by the average citizen of this province?

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • I am told I am not allowed out of the house in the Ontarian Winter without snow pants, lest I die of hypothermia from crouching and flopping.

    Making Light: Open thread 135

  • Dan experienced a second epiphany when hearing the sparse, minimal techno of fellow Ontarian Richie Hawtin AKA Plastikman for the first time.

    Caribou's Dan Snaith finds the formula for success with Swim

  • Still, found an Ontarian outlet that has pretty good mail order service, I'm checking it out.

    Doctor Who and the Time Squad

  • Lawyers do not produce any goods or services that add any value or improvement to quality of life in Ontario but they cost every working Ontarian 560.00 dollars a year to pay lawyers salaries.

    Law societies under fire - Canada - Macleans.ca

  • There is some competition in the existence of fully funded separate schools, who are outperforming secular schools, but the secular lefty leaning Ontarian, would like to shut down those schools

    Can high school grades be trusted? - OnCampus - Macleans.ca

  • Competition really doesn't exist on the Ontario education system because the very concept of the term is an affront to Ontarian left wing culture.

    Can high school grades be trusted? - OnCampus - Macleans.ca

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