English Canadian


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English Canadian

n
(Peoples) a Canadian citizen whose first language is English, esp one of English descent
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Andre speaks fluent French - his dad is a French Canadian and his mam an English Canadian.
I would like to praise most English Canadian media for their restraint in [not]creating a potential backlash against people of Muslim faith.
This is an example of what I have coined republican discourse, that is, a discourse that promotes some kind of English Canadian nationalism.
Contrasting reactions to multiculturat immigration are hardly the result of English Canadian moral superiority.
58) English Canadian Catholic leaders such as Bishop Michael Fallon of the Diocese of London, Ontario, embraced the war effort.
As Carl Murphy explains in his article "The Marriage Metaphor in Nineteenth-Century English Canadian Fiction," the nation as marriage was "a central metaphor of English Canadian writers in the nineteenth century" (18).
For decades French Canadian professional hockey players have faced salary discrimination, allegedly because their language, history, politics, and playing style are different from the more dominant English Canadian players.
Rea writes about the anxiety the English Canadian majority felt about these immigrants: "How could people so alien, so different in so many ways, ever be absorbed?
The English Canadian ended the argument with, 'Why should we learn French?
The titles and publishers mentioned here represent only a portion of the considerable crossover among French and English Canadian publishers.
While the basic contours of the conscription crisis, for instance, are well known, Rutherdale reveals that on the regional level the debate was far more nuanced than the conventional French versus English Canadian dichotomy suggests.
The idea of Canada as a "British" nation is a theme that has long run through English Canadian historiography, until the "Quiet Revolutions" of the 1960s prompted Canadian historians to begin to emphasize the North American origins of Canadian identity and history.