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  • n. A French-Canadian woman or girl.


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From Canadian French.


  • In Montreal, Gratien Gelinas, in his own theatre, the Comedie Canadienne, is producing works for a full Fall, Winter and Spring season.

    Canada's Artistic Boom

  • "Canadienne" was, the name applied even before the fall of New France to the native born residents of New France.

    The Challenge We Face

  • Similarly, it has meant this as an historical nation, that those who first possessed the name "Canadienne" feel that they have some prior title to the name.

    The Challenge We Face

  • The letter, according to agency La Presse Canadienne, states that the Quebec government "is irritated" with Ottawa's decision to slap a visa on Mexicans and Czechs.

    Page 2

  • The Canadienne, with less than 500 head left in North America, is now considered endangered.

    2010 June « Mudpuddle

  • Le 1608 is made from the milk of The Canadienne, the oldest breed of cattle in Canada (and only breed developed on the North American continent!).

    2010 June « Mudpuddle

  • So if you see a red-headed Canadienne with a Tadpole of her own wandering around your neighbourhood again and again this summer, I am not stalking you, honest.

    Sunday papers

  • SheFindsRebekah steps into her La Canadienne boots when the weather isn't cooperating.

    Michelle Madhok: Winter Wardrobe Staples We Just Can't Live Without

  • And if you don’t like to live here anymore because we Chinese, Indian, Russian, Pakistani, Venezuelan or any other nationality you think that threats your peaceful p’tite Canadienne way of life maybe is you who should GTFO!

    Canada Word Logo | My[confined]Space

  • That center sponsored a pioneering study on New France: Jacques Henripin, La population Canadienne au début du XVIIIe siècle Paris, 1954, which produced results mainly for the period from 1660 to 1760.

    Champlain's Dream


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