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Yes, in Canada, "Feds" means the current federal government, as opposed provincial or municipal governments. Unlike in the US, it means the law makers rather than any law enforcement agency.
I lived in Calgary for two years (grades 11 and 12 of high school), and I don't recall ever hearing anyone say "maths." Calgarians do (or did) say "going to hospital" (as opposed to "going to the hospital") and "going to university" (as opposed to the usual U.S. wording "going to college"). I don't remember how they handled "sport" vs. "sports" (which ...
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