English in Canada:
A Citation List
Wright State University–Lake Campus
"The Accent of Teachers in Vancouver English." American Speech 70(Fall 1995): 329-36.
Avis, Walter S. A Bibliography of Writings on Canadian English (1857-1965). Toronto: Gage, 1965.
—. "The English Language in Canada: A Report." Current Trends in Linguistics. Ed. Thomas A. Sebeok. The Hague, Netherlands: Mouton, 1973.
—. "So Eh? Is Canadian, Eh?" Walter S. Avis: Essays and Articles. Ed. Thomas Vincent, et al. Kingston, Ontario: Royal Military College, 1978.
Avis, Walter S., and A.M. Kinloch. Writings on Canadian English, 1792-1975: An Annotated Bibliography. Toronto: Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 1977.
Avis, Walter S., et al, eds. A Dictionary of Canadianisms on Historical Principles. Toronto: W.J. Gage, 1967.
—. The Gage Canadian Dictionary. Toronto: Gage Educational, 1973.
Bahr, Dieter. A Bibliography of Writings on the English Language in Canada: From 1857 to 1976. Heidelberg: Winter, 1977.
Bailey, R.W. "The English Language in Canada." English as a World Language. Eds. R.W. Bailey and M. Gorlach. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1984. 134-76.
Barber, Katherine, ed. The Canadian Oxford Dictionary. Toronto: Oxford UP, 1998.
Beam, Alex. "‘Eh’ to ‘Z,’ a Maple Leaf Lexicon." Boston Globe 4 Aug. 1999: E1.
Casselman, Bill. "Guts and Grit in Manitoba Words." Canadian Geographic 2(Mar./Apr. 1998): 29.
Chambers, J.K., ed. Canadian English: Origins and Structures. Toronto: Methuen, 1975.
—. "Lawless and Vulgar Innovations: Victorian Views of Canadian English." Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics. Vol. 2. Toronto: Linguistics Graduate Course Union, U of Toronto, 1988.
Clarke, Sandra, ed. Focus on Canada. Philadelphia: Benjamins, 1997.
Crystal, David. "Canadian Dialects." The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the English Language. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge UP, 1995. 343.
---. "Canadian English." The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the English Language. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge UP, 1995. 340-42.
Dept. of the Secretary of State. The Canadian Style: A Guide to Writing and Editing. Toronto: Dundurn/Canadian Government Pub. Centre, 1985.
De Wolf, Gaelan Dodds. Social and Regional Differences in Grammatical Usage in Canadian English: Ottawa and Vancouver. Toronto: Canadian Scholars, 1992.
—. "Social and Regional Differences in Grammatical Usage in Canadian English: Ottawa and Vancouver." American Speech 65(Spring 1990): 3-32.
Fee, Margery. "Canadian English." The Oxford Companion to the English Language. Ed. Tom McArthur. New York: Oxford UP, 1992. 179-83.
Fee, Margery, and Janice McAlpine. Oxford Guide to Canadian English Usage. 1999.
Gold, Joseph, ed. In the Name of Language! Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1975.
Langan, Fred. "In Quebec, English Speakers Sprinkle in a Little French: Quebec-English, a Separate Dialect, Embraces Hundreds of New Words." Christian Science Monitor 22 Oct. 1997: 15.
Leon, P.R., and P. Martin, eds. Toronto English: Studies in Phonetics to Honour C.D. Rouillard. Montreal: Didier, 1979.
Lieberson, Stanley. Language and Ethnic Relations in Canada. New York: Wiley, 1970.
Lougheed, W.C., ed. In Search of the Standard in Canadian English. Occasional Paper 1, Strathy Language Unit, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario.
—. Writings on Canadian English, 1976-1987: A Selective, Annotated Bibliography. Strathy Language Unit, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario.
Marmen, Louise, and Jean-Pierre Corbeil. Languages in Canada, 1996 Census. Ottawa: Canadian Heritage, 1999.
McConnell, R.E. Our Own Voice: Canadian English and How It Came to Be. Toronto: Gage, 1978.
—. Our Own Voice: Canadian English and How It Is Studied. Toronto: Gage, 1979.
Nylvek, Judith A. "Is Canadian English in Saskatchewan Becoming More American?" American Speech 67(Fall 1992): 268-78.
Orkin, Mark M. Speaking Canadian English: An Informal Account of the English Language in Canada. Toronto, General, 1970.
Paikeday, Thomas M. Compact Dictionary of Canadian English. Toronto: Holt, 1970.
—. Penguin Canadian Dictionary. Toronto: Penguin, 1990.
Pontisso, Robert, and Eric Sinkins, eds. The Canadian Oxford Spelling Dictionary. Ontario: Oxford UP, 1999.
Pratt, T.K. The Dictionary of Prince Edward Island English. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1988.
Pringle, Jan. "Attitudes to Canadian English." The English Language Today. Ed. Sidney Greenbaum. Oxford, United Kingdom: Pergamon, 1985.
Scargill, M.H. "The English Language." The Canadian Encyclopedia. 2nd ed. Edmonton, Alberta: Hurtig, 1988. 709-10.
—. Modern Canadian Usage: Linguistic Change and Reconstruction. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart/Canadian Council of Teachers of English, 1974.
—. A Short History of Canadian English. Victoria, British Columbia: Sono Nis, 1977.
Scargill, M.H., and H.J. Warkemtyne. "The Survey of Canadian English: A Report." English Quarterly 5(1972).
Story, G.M., W.J. Kirwin, and J.D. Widdowson, eds. The Dictionary of Newfoundland English. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1982.
Warkentyne, H.J. "Contemporary Canadian English: A Report on the Survey of Canadian English." American Speech 46(1971): 193-99.
Whiteside, Erin D.B. An Examination of Phonological Training of Non-Native Perception and Production of English. 1999.