3 responses to “Another Slice of Canada

  1. We get a lot of products from Canada here, and it always amuses me to find the French on them also. It used to happen more often when I lived closer to the border. I think I could use the “Instant French” thingy.

  2. on holiday in the Gaspe peninsula many years ago – we stopped at the last McDonalds in Natanne… and the kids behind the counter spoke no english whatsoever. My children were blown away when i ordered in pidgeon french – guessing, mostly, but dredging up nuggets from high school courses… always made me feel like such a poser, eh?

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