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Canadian English - Linguist Needed!



Date Submitted: 14-Feb-2007
From: Doug Belkin
Subject: Canadian English - Linguist Needed!
Contact Email: click here to access email
Institution/Organization: The Wall Street Journal

Notice: Hello, I'm a reporter at the Wall Street Journal working on a story about the perceived importance of Canadian English and its particular spellings. Story takes a look at how language informs Canadian identify. I'm looking for linguists who have studied the evolution of English on both sides of the border. I can be reached at the above email.
Many thanks,

Sincerely,

Doug Belkin
Reporter
The Wall Street Journal
doug.belkin@wsj.com