Become part of national conversation
- Do you have a word or phrase that you think is unique to Canadian political language – submit it and tell us why
- Do you think we’ve missed something?
- We’re on the hunt for regional terms, too. Like BC’s Bingogate, and Toronto’s plethora of Fordisms that once passed the lips of Toronto’s former mayor have become part of Canada’s political lexicon (are you old enough to remember when “gravy train” was the name of dog food?).