French-Canadian love

French-Canadian

Definitions

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  • adj. Of or relating to francophone (French-speaking, French-language) Canadians or French Canada.
  • adj. Of or relating to Canadians of French ancestry or descent (Franco-Canadians).

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Examples

  • Celine Dion has reportedly suffered a miscarriage, an insider close to the French-Canadian singer has confirmed.

    Celine Dion Pregnant

  • Youth and tradition won another round in the recently released Heartbeats, the latest film by French-Canadian wunderkind Xavier Dolan.

    Brad Balfour: Films in Review: Two of the Next Generation for Francophiles

  • Youth and tradition won another round in Heartbeats, the latest film by French-Canadian wunderkind Xavier Dolan.

    Brad Balfour: Films in Review: Two of the Next Generation for Francophiles

  • Growing up as a French-Canadian, I was lucky to be exposed to Tintin comic-style books from an early age.

    Doris Gallan: What Tintin Taught Me -- For Better or Worse -- About Travel

  • Ici on parle français -- Despite the economy, French-Canadian tourists keep their appointment to spend the winter in South Florida.

    Short Takes

  • The celebrated French-Canadian singer is literally just 20 minutes away from walking on stage to a near sold-out Radio City Music Hall crowd, but before doing so, he's in his dressing room talking to me AKA "this reporter" as my journalism professors would've advised me back in the day about his role and show.

    Jon Chattman: Garou Bids Adieu to Zarkana in NYC

  • Many proclaimed Penn was a new man at 170-pounds and that he was well on course to securing either a third bout with champion Georges St-Pierre or a shot at the vacant strap, should the French-Canadian eventually succumb to the wishes of fans and dip his toes in middleweight waters.

    Elliot Worsell: BJ Penn -- What Next?

  • Challenging a professional French-Canadian army with a handful of amateurs was not a promising idea.

    George Washington’s First War

  • The label's adventurous ethos is exemplified by Guillaume & The Coutu Dumonts, a French-Canadian one-man band who garnishes his crisp, techy beats with off-kilter percussion and live instrumentation.

    Clubs picks of the week

  • She arrived in the spring, with dog sleds and French-Canadian voyageurs, blazed gloriously for a brief month, and departed up the river as soon as it was free of ice.

    THE GREAT INTERROGATION

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