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Canadian English
Canadian English is subject to the conflicting influences of British and US American English. In vocabulary there is a lot of US American influence: Canadians use billboard, gas, truck, and wrench rather than hoarding, lorry, petrol, and spanner; but on the other hand they agree with the British in saying blinds, braces, porridge, and tap rather than shades, suspenders, oatmeal, and faucet. (From Ask Oxford external link)

Talking People has...
a webpage on Margaret Atwood, an AMAZING Canadian writer

Speak like a Canadian external link (fun and informative)
How to understand questions in Canadian English external link
Canadian English and other oddities external link
Canadian English, eh? external link - so... we really need to be more sensitive to people's languages, and that includes all the non-Spanish/castellano languages in Spain (which are also official!)