AG1962 makes valid points.
Province of Ontario government used to have departments (i.e., Land and Forests) but changed to Ministries. So some of the Britishness hasn't been a steady or always-there-like that thing. We have had people wanting to get rid of the British monarchy for decades but actually have the most difficult constitution to do that with (even the U.K. has a simpler legal road to abolishing them).
Spelling and pronunciations in Canada are a strange mix of British, French and American among other sources. I feel like we are seeing the American spellings more often except by those purposely keeping them (i.e., colour). Words like tyre and bonnet are only used by a select few. My nanna used to call it a chesterfield, my mother a couch but sofa is now the word most companies use.
Words like foyer we mostly say with the French accent (foy-yay) which makes sense for words derived from French.