English-Canadian love

English-Canadian

Definitions

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  • adj. Of or relating to anglophone (English-speaking, English-language) Canadians, of English Canada.
  • adj. Of or relating to Canadians of English ancestry or descent (Anglo-Canadians).

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

From fetus.

Examples

  • Poet, author, Priscila Uppal, an English professor too at York University, challenges traditional psychological and anthropological models of mourning in her new book We Are What We Mourning: The Contemporary English-Canadian Elegy, suggesting that Canadians mourn differently.

    2009 March 10 | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS

  • We talk about all of these topics, why and how the work of mourning has so drastically changed in Canada during the latter half of the twentieth century, why the contemporary English-Canadian elegy emphasizes connection rather than separation between the living and the dead.

    2009 March 10 | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS

  • Dutch DJ and producer Tiesto, joined by English-Canadian DJ Richie Hawtin, aka Plastikman, and big-name Canadian DJ Deadmau5, headlined the Coachella festival in the US this year, while Lady Gaga has made pop dance music ubiquitous on commercial radio.

    European dance DJs break America

  • Cuz you know if the roles were switched, Montreal fans would not be supporting an English-Canadian side anyways.

    Same old story for Canadian soccer

  • His bilingual anthology of 25 English-Canadian poets, Contre-taille, was nominated for a Governor General's Award in 1996.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • It's hard to know to what extent this feeling of resignation is shared by English-Canadian opinion leaders.

    The Media and the Unity Issue

  • A group of English-Canadian teachers in Toronto and 550 of their students are working with a group of French-Canadian teachers in Montreal and 350 of their students in studying selected periods and themes in Canadian history.

    A Success Story in Education

  • It has long been the custom for Quebec speakers addressing English-Canadian audiences outside of Quebec in the last ten years to try and interpret to their listeners the so-called new aspirations of their province.

    The Politics of Quebec—Today and Tomorrow

  • English-Canadian leaders, by definite action as well as vague talk, encouraged exactly the same idea.

    The Coming Defeat of Canadian Nationalism

  • It is also the place where most easily an English-Canadian can form friendships with French-Canadians, and none has been for me more rewarding than that I have enjoyed with Marcel Faribault for the past 15 years.

    Why Confederation?

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