1. A party held in the bush.
2. A party held in a wooded area.
3. A party held in an urban area that has been overgrown with vegitation. e.g. an empty lot - areas near train tracks etc.
4. A party held on the outskirts of a sub-urban area where empty farmer's fields have yet to be developed.
Q. What's going on this weekend?
A. Not much. Want to check out the bush party down at the tracks?
Canadian origin - especially Ontario and Nova Scotia where government run liquor retailers are called the L.C.B.O (Liquor Control Board of Ontario) and N.S.L.C (Nova Scotia Liquor Commission) respectively.
A 12 Pack of Beer.
Canadian Origin - Specifically the Toronto borough of Scarborough.
1970's and 1980's bottled beer came in 12 packs with cardboard handles that stuck out the top - making the package look a lot like a suitcase or toolbox.
Similar phrases - Souix Suitcase - Hammer Suitcase - Big Nickle Suitcase etc.
A term mainly used by hosers.
Lets hit the beer store and pick up a Scarborough Suitcase.
That hoser is on his way to the Bush Party and he's got himself his Scarborough Suitcase.