Interjecting "eh?" into sentences is very common for some Canadian folks, also. Or it can be a sentence unto itself LOL. I left my home province in my early twenties, and it was nowhere near as common on the west coast, so my saying it so much seemed to really stand out to me, and I worked at weeding it out of my vocabulary. And when I really listen to how many in my family speak, it is almost difficult to reckon that we were brought up in the same home, because they retain much of the eastern accents, which I mostly do not. For instance, I would never say "malk" for milk. I don't think I ever did!!! But some in my family do, and one sister when she was visiting, claimed she had no accent, but I detected one and pointed it out to her, and after considering it for some time (over night) she admitted that I was right It was the rate-right thing!
I left my home city/state in my early twenties and a complete stranger asked me where was my accent from. 😂
And as my children were growing up they tried to correct my pronunciation 😂, Mum it’s plaant not plarrnt.
Later years when my daughter went to work in the USA, they told her she had an accent, she strongly objected until she returned to Australia and laughed so much when she heard the Australians.