Klick is colloquial term for kilometre — or the American spelling kilometer — as in, “The store is just 7 klicks away.”
17. Processed cheese
What Americans refer to as American cheese, Canadians call processed cheese. Enough said.
With origins in hockey (Canadians don’t specify ice hockey as that’s usually what they mean), deke means to take an opponent out of position by faking a move.
19. Stag and stagette parties
Americans have bachelors parties, but Canadians kept the British term — stag party. And the bachelorettes? They have a stagette.
Another uniquely Canadian boozy reference, this one simply means a case of 24 beers. “Case” usually refers to a case of 12 beers, and half-sack to a six pack (of beer).