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In The Canada­land Guide to Canada by Jesse Brown, host and pub­lisher of the Canada­land pod­cast, you’ll find plenty of shock­ing, funny, and sur­pris­ing facts about Canada. The satir­i­cal novel prom­ises to shat­ter any il­lu­sions about the Great White North as a utopia of maple syrup and rain­bows.

Find out how beer has evolved over the years with 150 Years of

Cana­dian Beer La­bels by Lawrence C. Sherk. With 17 brew­eries and brew­pubs in Calgary alone, and more set to open be­fore the end of 2017, it’s a good time to re­flect on Canada’s favourite bev­er­age.

Feast: Recipes and Sto­ries from a Cana­dian Road Trip is based on the ad­ven­tures of Dana VanVeller and Lind­say An­der­son dur­ing a five-month road trip across Canada. The book in­cludes more than 100 recipes from the trip, in­clud­ing Yukon cin­na­mon buns and mar­itime lob­ster rolls.

In 25 Places in Canada Ev­ery Fam­ily Should Visit, free­lance travel writer and blog­ger Jody Rob­bins of­fers sug­ges­tions for par­ents who are keen to ex­plore Canada with their lit­tle ones.

Speak­ing in Cod Tongues: A Cana­dian Culi­nary Jour­ney com­piles Lenore New­man’s find­ings af­ter spend­ing five years ex­plor­ing Cana­dian cui­sine and eat­ing re­gional dishes from seal to Saska­toon berries.

You Might Be From Canada If… takes view­ers on a jour­ney of Canada through Michael de Ad­der’s satir­i­cal car­toons.

More than 6,000 peo­ple have re­ceived the Or­der of Canada since it was es­tab­lished in 1967. They De­sire a Bet­ter Coun­try by Lawrence Scan­lan ex­plores the sto­ries of 50 Cana­di­ans who have re­ceived the pres­ti­gious award.

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