“A hilarious exploration of what it means to be Canadian. The Ferguson brothers let no foible sneak past their wit . . . You might not want to read this one in public, however, as it’s sure to have you laughing aloud.”
- Airlines Magazine
"A wry, funny look at Canadian sports, leisure,
cuisine, history, driving habits and culture."
- Victoria Times-Colonist
"How to Be a Canadian rolls through a
veritable smorgasbord of national touchstones like
a canoe shooting the rapids. Beer, mating rituals,
'who to hate and why,' . . . are duly examined,
complete with odd-but-true factoids and a Cole's
Notes-style summary at the end of each chapter."
- Edmonton Journal