Canadian English Bibliography
We have compiled a searchable database of every available publication related
to Canadian English. Entries from this bibliography can be sources via the
name of the author, title, publication, or various keywords.
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"Canajun, Eh? An Audio Collection of Canadian dialects for
A recording of non-actor voices speaking in local dialects. There are 42
samples of speech from Newfoundland to British Columbia collected by David
Ferry. For more information click here.
Available in Toronto at Theatre
Books (near Bay & Bloor; 1-800-361-3414 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
and Playwrights Union
of Canada (Ryerson Ave.).
1. "Canadian Experience: Talking Canadian"
A part of "The Candian Experience" series of CBC documentaries,
"Talking Canadian" was aired in 2004. It takes an often-amusing
look at the Canadian accent, intonation and vocabulary – how Canadians speak
today, and how they will talk in the future. For more information click
2. "Dialects of Canadian English"
Dialects of Canadian English is a 23-minute instructional video designed
to provide an overview of English as it is spoken across the wide expanse
of the Canadian landscape. al characteristics of Canadian English. Made
by John Archibald at the University of Calgary, Department
of Communications Media. For more information click here.
3. "Pioneer O Pioneer" - History of English, Vol. 6.
There are about 6 minutes dedicated to Canadian English, approximately 6
minutes into the programme.