Word of the Day

The Canadian Word of the Day is a collection of unique words, hand selected by Katherine Barber, that are either only found in Canada or have a usage in Canada not found anywhere else. Example: did you know that the term “collector lanes” is used only in Canada?

For Thursday, January 26, 2006

ice hole,


  • a hole cut through the ice on the surface of a lake etc., used for ice fishing. 

Example from The Globe

The word ice hole has not appeared in any Globe and Mail articles in the past year.