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Canuck

US and Canadian informal
a. a Canadian
b. (formerly) esp a French Canadian
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an Algonquin who was born in Maniwaki, Que., wrote a letter which was published on the Vancouver Canucks' website in late June.
For the price of one F-35, we could build 2,000 Canucks. Since there's no way a single F-35 can shoot down 2,000 Canucks all at once, this is a winning proposition.
Vancouver, Canada, April 02, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Rhino Marketing Inc., one of North America's leading marketing agencies, is proud to have been part of another extremely successful Vancouver Canucks Dice & Ice Benefit.
and foreign shows last season, $100 million more than 2008, and just $75.4 million on Canuck shows.
But before Johnny Canuck could be captured, he socked Hitler in the jaw and quickly escaped back to Canada.
Geoff Pevere teaches in the Advanced Television and Film Program at Sheridan Institute and is the co-author of Mondo Canuck: A Canadian Pop Culture Odyssey.
Just last month the province of Saskatchewan shuttered its pubcaster SCN-TV, which supported both local and Canuck docus.
Variety, however, was buying none of the Canuck buzz and publicity.
I confess to reading Johnny Canuck's thoughts on the revitalisation of the Defence Public Affairs branch with some perplexity.
But at the same time, Canuck smallscreen producers are having more success than ever exporting their series, with several dramas recently bought by U.S.
Canada's graphic anti-smoking campaign featuring full color snaps of diseased body parts on tobacco products, becomes a collector's item among Canuck teens.
Canuck funder Telefilm Canada hasn't had much success developing English-Canadian film hits, but the Montreal-based agency has a new development program that Telefilm execs think could be a blueprint for how to break the box office curse.