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The dialects of Canadian Engish can be further subdivided to represent a few cultural differences within the geography of the country.

-Newfie- Only makes sense when you're blindly drunk and kissing codfish
-Maritime- Expressions and sounds are similar to Irish
-Quebecois - Words are often English and French contractions. Quebecois is nothing like Parisian French.
-Ontarian- Consists primarily of slang, poor grammar and the word "eh".
-Prairie- Words vary to describe strange weather patterns. (See Chinook)
-Pacific/Mountain-Tone is much more relaxed and infused with words that reflect the quantity and quality of growing environments within the province.