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Canuck

US and Canadian informal
a. a Canadian
b. (formerly) esp a French Canadian
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As a Friends of the Canucks For Kids Fund sponsor, Doug and Heather Morneau received an invitation to a private reception earlier that evening in "Lui's Lounge.
For instance, Canuck is deeply naive to assert that military "authorities" should have no input in the "disclosure of information" about CF activities .
Had there been a prize for Best Improvement by a Country, the Canucks would have won it hands down.
The Canucks have played one potential elimination game in the playoffs, an overtime win over Chicago in the first round.
Canuck Place relies on the generosity of individuals, corporations and various organizations to raise approximately 80 percent of its operating costs," said Robyn Zylstra, Head of Community Partnerships for Canuck Place.
He began his NHL career in 1998 and became a regular on the Vancouver Canucks lineup in 2000-2001.
Griffiths said "My family has been committed to the success of the Vancouver Canucks for 22 years.
Pere and Dymond storm Canada's cultural ramparts with Mondo Canuck, arguing with confidence for a broader notion of Canada's contribution to North American, and therefore world, pop culture.
And then he carried the Canucks to victory in Game 5 with a shutout.
Canucks coach Alain Vigneault thought Rome's hit was late but not dirty.
I care about what goes on with the Canucks Autism Network because I have autism, and I just like to help spread the word and raise awareness and make sure it's heard," Cruikshank said.