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Thank you for sharing this, Steeves. It's a nice balance to Sheila Ethier's blog post called "Why Canadian spelling is different" (see https://www.noslangues-ourlanguages.gc.ca/en/blogue-blog/canadian-spelli...). Our two official languages are each unique, in terms of their origins and their modern usage, which makes Canadians doubly unique. That's something we can all be proud of.