While I don't know where it's from, I'm not entirely surprised.
I think of Southern Ontario as the alveolar ridge of north america,
if you imagine the oldest mountain-range (Canadian Shield, almost 4billion
years old) as the head.
Anyways weird geographical analogies aside, there are a lot of different
cultures in Toronto, all of them with their own communities, which speak
their own languages, and wear their own clothings, while accepting each
other in their diversity. People can live for many years (decades if they
don't prioritize citizenship) without actually needing to learn English.
This kind of makes language innovation more likely,
for instance Toki Pona is from Toronto.
Wish I could help more, but there are literally millions of people there.
based on the morphology and phonology of their langauge, I'd venture as to
guess they are of south eastern european heritage, Polish or Italian maybe.
On Thu, Jan 21, 2016 at 4:45 PM, Dirk Elzinga <[log in to unmask]>
> Whoops. The title should be: "Kůlp Månifesto: Di Linggwistikal
> Not that it really makes a difference--the whole thing is just bizarre. But
> I'd still like to know where it came from. (Google doesn't turn up anything
> at all.)
> On Thu, Jan 21, 2016 at 2:29 PM, Dirk Elzinga <[log in to unmask]>
> > To the hivemind that is the CONLANG-list:
> > Yesterday I received an envelope without return address containing two
> > copies of the "Kůlp Månifesto: Di Linggsitcial Konservatizm" and a copy
> > "Kůlp Wůrld" from Torronto, On., Kanadia.
> > The opening sentence of the Månifesto reads: "Korrektik konservatzm iz
> > wůnderfůl; it priizervaiz el gůdnes di å thing; ånd it åtemptaiz tu
> > korrekt, or to eradikat, el bådnes."
> > It then continues to outline the guiding principles of "morfoloji",
> > "leksis", "leksikografi", "semåntika", "sintåktika", and "půngktuatio".
> > further declares that "Linggwistikal topoloji wil be ůnnessessarik." and
> > that "Sosiolinggwistika wil bi nessassarik onli tu priivent fonal ånd
> > sintåktikal korrupsion."
> > Does anyone recognize this? I'm rather puzzlaizzed ånd bemuzaizzed by the
> > whole thing.
> > Dirk