As the second largest country in the world, Canada boasts an incredible variety of experiences for the twenty million or so visitors who come to enjoy it each year. From natural wonders and outdoor adventures, to vibrant cities with bustling arts and entertainment scenes, the only challenge for the discerning tourist might be narrowing down all their options. With 100 Things to Do in Canada Before You Die as your guide, you'll discover a multitude of ways to explore the Great White North. Canadians and visitors alike will benefit from the insider tips and curated itineraries, from the scoop on where to find delectable butter tarts to the best times to be dazzled by the Northern Lights. Check out Dinosaur Provincial Park and discover the fossils of dinosaurs that roamed the world over seventy million years ago. Explore the Bay, where you can kayak on the world's highest tides or walk on the ocean floor during low tide. Tour North America's only walled city or ride the rails through the Rocky Mountains. Born and raised in Southwestern Ontario, author Sheri McDonald's love of her country and its vast offerings comes through on every page. Her tips will ensure that visitors discover that Canada is much more than poutine and snow, while the incredible sights and experiences she recommends will augment any Canadian adventure.