This week's stitch has a French name, too, Tete-de-boeuf, which in English is sometimes called Bull's Head Stitch. I'll stick to the usual French expression.
In Swedish it is called Öglestygn med extra stygn, a bit of a mouthful!
Annet tells me it is called Ossekopsteek in Dutch.
It is an easy stitch and consists of a Detached Chain Stitch and two straight stitches at an angle.
Work it like this:
Different books give different instructions as to where to insert, and how to angle the straight stitches, as well as how long to make them. I think you should have the freedom to choose yourself...
On my Aida sampler I used a variegated thread:
It isn't a Canvas stitch, but use it as a filling stitch nevertheless.