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French Canadian

1. a Canadian citizen whose native language is French
2. of or relating to French Canadians or their language
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005
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On the strength of constitutional guarantees and a clear French and Catholic majority, Quebec was thus restored as the bastion of French-Canadian life and values in North America.
Most Canadian and European scholars refer simply to "The Seven Years War / La guerre de sept ans", though some nationalist French-Canadian scholars also refer to it as "La guerre de la conquete".
The day's events will begin with a noon mass in the historic church, followed by an afternoon of French-Canadian and Native-American music, dancing, and food, as well as a heritage tent with cultural and historical exhibits.
What English businesspeople were doing to French-Canadians downtown (paying them less and demanding they speak English) young French-Canadians were doing to English kids silly enough not to live in the west end.
In 1904 one northern New York newspaper published an article on logging in the region proclaiming "these French-Canadian inhabitants of the woods are half-wild folk." This article encapsulated the prevailing attitudes on the French Canadian race at the time.
If you ever thought that Canada's colonial history was exclusively the purview of male fur traders, missionaries, Aboriginal suppliers, warriors and aristocrats, you are sure to find Jan Noel's Along a River: The First French-Canadian Women to be an illuminating counter-story.
In contrast with the civility of the werewolf's French counterpart typified by Marie de France's late twelfth- century "Le Lai de Bisclavret," the French-Canadian loup-garou was a malevolent, destructive creature who could nonetheless be "cured"--converted back to full humanity--with surprising ease.
PSYCHO PSYCHO ALMOST CHRISTMAS Sky Movies Premiere 10PM PREMIERE Parolee Paul Giamatti takes a job selling Christmas trees in Brooklyn with fellow French-Canadian Paul Rudd.
Brick Mansions, which is a reboot of the 2004 French film 'District B13' was produced by EuropaCorp and Transfilm International, and is an official French-Canadian co-production.
Although this focus on French-Canadian tourism has roots on the campus of Plymouth State, it has rapidly expanded to encompass a diverse coalition of stakeholders both on- and off-campus and is now referred to collectively as "Bienvenue New Hampshire."
That's no insult to Deslauriers; on the contrary, his delicate corduroys and feathery Jumpers are tailor-made for the French-Canadian peacock.
When Bell Canada, the country's leading TV owner and telecom player, paid $3.4 billion to take over Montreal-based cabler Astral Media, it was a call not only for Canadian media giant Quebecor to sit up and take notice, but for French-Canadian producer to bring out their wares.

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