Canadian Vocabulary.

My human keeps telling me I live near Canada. I can’t see Canada from the chesterfield, so I’ll have to believe him.

Many Americans and Canadians sound alike, but there are some words that are unique to Canadian English.

Canada: Parkade US: Parking Garage

Canada: Washroom (Public) US: Bathroom

Canada: Hydro. US: Electric Bill or Utility Bill.

Canada: Toque US: Beanie (a cap you wear in cold weather).

An American will call you on the telephone. A Canadian might call you, but they will also phone you.

There are many many more.

The guy I lives with wants me to stop using the electric heating pad so much. He says the hydro bill is getting out of control.

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