Do you usually try to learn (and use!) a few words in the language of the place you’re visiting? It’s always a great way to show locals you have a genuine interest in their culture and it’s also respectful not to expect everyone to speak English. You’d think this only applies to places where English is not their first language, but that’s not necessarily the case — different places use different words and idioms. And Canada is not an exception.
If you want to impress Canadians next time you visit their country by understanding and using their slang, pay attention to the above video and this infographic, both created by Expedia. Now you can start organizing your next trip to Canada.