=A=
Albertan
Aaaaaaaarrrrrgooooooos!!!

=B=
BC Weed
Bear Back
Beer Store, The
Big Smoke, The
BNL
Bye


=C=
Canadian Tire Money
Canuck
Chinook
Cock Smoker
Coo-Roo-Coo-Coo-Coo-Coo cooo coooo
Cowtown
Crappy Tire
Cry of the Loon, The


=D=


=E=
Eh


=F=
Forty Pounder


=G=
Gitch
Gne!
Gonch
GTA
GVRD


=H=
Hogtown
Hosehead
Hoser


=I=
i'se the bye


=J=


=K=
Kraft Dinner


=L=
LCBO
Lizer
Loonie


=M=
Manitoban
May Two Four Weekend
Mickey
Mix Six


=N=
Newfie

=O=
Ontarian

=P=
Polkaroo


=Q=


=R=


=S=
Scarberia
screech
Singles
Sieve
Steam Roller
Steel Town
Strange Brew


=T=
26
Tabernak
Take off, eh?!
Timbit
Toonie
Torontonian
Two Four
Two-Six


=U=


=V=


=W=
Wet Coast


=X=


=Y=


=Zed=




Beverages
I am sometimes surprised by the differences between Canadian and American words for beverage containers. These are the words I'm used to and their american equivelents.

Mickey(13oz) : Pint(16oz)
Two-Six(26oz) : Fifth(26oz)
Forty(40oz) : Quart(32oz)
Six Pack : Six Pack
Case(12) : Case
Flat(24 cans) : Case, 24 Pack
Two Four(24 bottles) : Case

note: I've never used "two four", any time bottled beer is bought in a package, it's a case.