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40 things Canadians say that Americans don't understand

Happy Canada Day! July 1 is essentially the Canadian version of America's Independence Day. It's a celebration of our confederation as a country within the British Empire in 1867. Now, it's not always easy to spot a Canadian in the US. For the most part, we sound pretty similar. We share a lot of values with Americans and can identify with the same cultural references. But we do have our own vernacular, and there's a lot more to it than "eh" and "aboot.
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