How to Be A Canadian

How to Be A Canadian

*(even If You Already Are One)

Unknown - 2001
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It isn't always easy being Canadian, according to Will Ferguson, but it can be a lot of fun. Asked to write a follow-up to his runaway bestseller Why I Hate Canadians, Ferguson, who's Canadian himself, recruited his brother Ian -- comedy writer and executive producer of the Canadian series Sin City and a Canadian too -- to create this ultimate guide to the country's cultural quirks. The result is a hilarious inside look at that unique species, the Canadian, and their thoughts on such diverse subjects as beer, sex, dating rituals, sports, politics, religion, social rules -- and, of course, their trademark death-defying search for the middle of any road.
Publisher: Vancouver ; Toronto : Douglas & McIntyre, 2001.
ISBN: 9781550548914
1550548913
Branch Call Number: 819. 7 FER
Characteristics: x, 225 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Additional Contributors: Ferguson, Ian 1959-

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