Canadian culture is more unique than you might think. In fact, drop any of these Canadian slang terms while visiting our neighbours to the south and expect to be greeted with a blank stare or two. From ordering your coffee double-double to wearing your toque in the winter; well, that’s just so Canadian.
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Hang a Larry or Roger
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The letter Z
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Gitch or gotch
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Rotten Ronnie’s / McD*cks
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Loonie and toonie
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Soaker or booter
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