1. n. Northern most territory in the Canadian federation, formed in 1999 when the Northwest Territories was split in two. Capital is Iqaluit, total population is 30,000. English is second language, as most are Inuit and speek Inuktuk. Mostly consists of the arctic archapelago, isolated and cold much of the year. Like Nortwest Territories, except no roads.
Person 1: I live in Nunavut.
Person 2: My condolances.
1. n. Beer which is produced locally in small quantities or breweries and not nationally distributed. Oposite of Budweiser or Labatts. Served mostly in local bars, Brasseries, and at beer festivals. Can also be obtained through mail order clubs on the net.
Damn, that Saint-Ambroise is a good Microbrew.
1 n. Homemade alcoholic recipe native to Newfoundland Canada, similar to moonshine. Is famous for being extremely strong hooch, mixed often with dark rum and colas. So named for American serviceman who gulped the once nameless bootleg drink in one shot and the resulting throat burn caused him to howl.(from a screech recipe web site)
I dranks me screech at that kitchen party, and damn if I didn't pass out on the chesterfield, boyoah! (Not totally accurate Newfie dialog, but you gets the picture.)
Common name for the underground mass transit system (subway) in both Montreal, QC and Paris, France. In Montreal the Metro runs exclusively underground on a dedicated electrified third rail right-of-way, with many of the stations having bus terminals. Run under the banner of the STCUM (Societe de Transports du la Communite Urbaine de Montreal--in french) Heavy rail passenger service is handled by a separate agency called AMT (Agence Metropolitain de Transports), and requires a separate zone-base fare system, rather than the transfer you get from the bus.
Lets take the metro to get the the Big-O so we can watch the expos... NOT!
1 n. Alcoholic beverage native to Quebec, most often served at Carnival.
"Caribou, a feisty alcoholic beverage, was popularised ever since the first (Quebec City) carnival. The recipe is attributed to Ti-Père, a commerce that was first established on Ste-Thérèse Street in the lower city, then, more recently, in Old Quebec. Suffice to say a typical drink of caribou contains brandy, vodka, sherry and port... Wow!"
--Fron the offical Quebec Carnival web site.
I drank some Caribou at Carnival and got so blitzed I threw off all my clothes and rolled around in the snow with a hundred other shitfaced frenchmen! Then they poured maple syrupp all over me. What a time!
1. n. Northern territory above Alberta and Saskatchewan, west of Nunavut, east of Yukon Territory. Capital is Yellowknife, Total population is about 30,000. Best known for black flies in the summer, a frozen ice road in the winter, and diamond mines. Mostly Innuit (native northerners) in population. Don't call them eskimos, or they'll encase your balls in ice and feed them to the polar bears. English is a second language up there, as most speak various dialects of Inuktuk. DON'T ask them to throat sing.
I froze my ass off in the winter in the Northwest Territories, then the black flies ate me alive in the summer, which lasted all of 3 weeks.
1. n. West Island Montreal-- The night before Halloween when pranksters roam the streets, TP trees and egg houses. The name remains, but pranks have been down in recent years. Origin unknown.
I went out on Mat Night and egged that bastard Jean-Francois's gas guzzling SUV real good!