Unfortunately the term Eh! can have a multitude of meanings.
Some more commonly used terms.
[B]Double-Double:[/B] a coffee with double cream, double sugar (especially, but not exclusively, from Tim Hortons), recently added to the Oxford Dictionary. Triple-triple and four-by-four (less common) are three and four creams/sugars, respectively. Rarely, one can hear a request for a “Gretzky”, nine cream, nine sugar after Wayne Gretzky’s jersey number of 99.
[B]Forty pounder[/B] (forty ouncer) â€” a 40 oz. bottle of alcohol
[B]Half-Sack:[/B] A six pack of beer.
[B]Mickey:[/B] a small (13 oz.) bottle of liquor, shaped to fit in a pocket, much like a hip flask. Also fits conveniently alongside the calf of a cowboy boot or rubber boot.
[B]Poutine[/B]: french fries covered with gravy and cheese curds.
[B]Sixty-Sixer:[/B] A term for a sixty-two ounce (1.75 L) bottle of liquor (from the old 1/2 U.S. gallon size, 66.6 imp fl oz).
[B]“Take Off”:[/B] expression of disagreement or command to leave, similar to “get lost” (“Take off, you hoser!”). Used by TV characters Bob & Doug McKenzie.
[B]Twenty-sixer or two-six:[/B] a 26 oz bottle of alcohol like vodka etc.