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amphitheatre a spelling of amphitheater used in Canada and Britain. See amphitheater for more information.
analyse a spelling of analyze used in Canada and Britain. See analyze for more information.
Appalachian Mountains a mountain range in eastern North America that stretches from the southeastern part of Canada to central Alabama in the United States; Appalachians.
arbour a spelling of arbor used in Canada and Britain. See arbor for more information.
area code a set of three numbers given to different areas of the United States and Canada for telephone service. An area code must be dialed before the telephone number when calling someone outside a local area.
armour a spelling of armor used in Canada and Britain. See armor for more information.
armoury a spelling of armory used in Canada and Britain. See armory for more information.
bald eagle a large eagle of the United States and Canada that is dark brown with a white head and tail. Bald eagles have a wingspan of about seven feet.
balsam fir a tree of the pine family, native to Canada and the northeastern United States. It is an evergreen tree and is cut for lumber and Christmas trees.
behaviour a spelling of behavior used in Canada and Britain. See behavior for more information.
bobcat a wild cat with red-brown fur, tufted ears, and a short tail. Bobcats are about twice the size of a house cat. They are a kind of lynx and live in southern Canada, the United States, and Mexico. Bobcats are carnivorous mammals.
Boxing Day a holiday in England, Canada, and some other countries, celebrated on the first weekday after Christmas.
British Columbia a province in Canada on the Pacific coast. Its capital is Victoria.
Canada a country in northern North America. Ottawa is the capital of Canada.
Canada Day a Canadian holiday on July 1. It celebrates the day in 1867 when Canada was formed by four provinces joining together.
Canadian of or having to do with Canada or its people or culture. [2 definitions]
cent a unit of money used in many countries, including the United States and Canada. A cent is equal to a hundredth part of the standard national currency.
centre a spelling of center used in Canada and Britain. See center for more information.
colour a spelling of color used in Canada and Britain. See color for more information.
defence a spelling of defense used in Canada and Britain. See defense for more information.
dime a coin of the United States and Canada equal to ten cents.