What's Different in Canada

A Beginner's Guide to the Differences Between the Two Most Similar Countries on Earth

Foyer

The entrance to a house. In Canada, pronounced the French way: “foy-AY” as opposed to the flat-sounding American “FOY-er.” This is generally where you’re supposed to take your shoes off, Americans.

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    It’s also called a landing for some reason. In houses I usually call it a landing, but in bigger maces like schools and...
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