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Canadianizing Texts

This post has been fixed now. A glitch in the system caused it to disappear from the host site.

Canadianization is a common cost-saving measure used on materials that were successful in a larger, foreign market. Today, I look at when and when not to Canadianize a text plus two common approaches to the task in my Canadian, Eh? column at Copyediting.com.

Read the other posts on Canadianizing texts, or pick up Editing Canadian English (ECE3) for 13 pages of guidance on the topic. ECE3 is available online and now as print-on-demand.


Link to my Canadian, Eh? column on Copyediting.com

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