12 Words You Should Learn to Speak Like a Canadian "Better grab a two-four in the 6ix so you can give'r on May Long, eh?" July 6, 2017 - by James Martin Muskoka chairs, photo by John R. Adams/Thinkstock Language is a great entry point to appreciating a culture. Your first step to conversing like a Canadian is to learn these choice bits of Great White North vocabulary. Related Posts 3 Hotels That Feel Like Summer Camp Relive the camp experiences of your youth by spending your summer vacation at these properties in Alberta, Ontario and Oregon. The Best Places to Go Houseboating Houseboats—think floating RVs—are a perfect option for couples, families or friends who want to spend their days and nights on the water. 3 Great Hotels On Canada’s East Coast These retreats in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island are rich in history and full of character.