From Alan Fotheringham, in his column in Maclean's (a Canadian weekly news magazine) on February 8, 1993. (Posted on CANADA-L list) Two American matrons, in the 1940's, are doing a railway tour of the Great White North. Train stops in unknown station. Matron leans out the window to address a local lout, toothpick in mouth, leaning against the station, and asks him where she is. "Saskatoon, Saskatchewan", he offers. She turns to her companion: "Isn't that delightful. They don't speak English!"
(From the "Rest" of RHF)