If a country's large statues tell something about who they are as a people, what do Canada's large and weird roadside attractons say about us? • The Hockey Stick and Puck in Duncan, BC • The Tin Soldier in New Westminster, BC • The Talus Balls in Edmonton, Alberta • The Starship Enterprise in Vulcan, Alberta • Walter the Whooping Crane in Govan, Saskatchewan • The Dog River Corner Gas Set in Rouleau, Saskatchewan • Biker Bear in Winnipeg, Manitoba • Chuck the channel Cat in Selkirk, Manitoba • The Muskoka Chair in Gravenhurst, Ontario • Mosquito Eating Man in Upsala, Ontario • Cow Lookout in St-Georges-de-Windsor, Quebec • The Singing Frog in Quebec City, Quebec • The Lobster in Shediac, New Brunswick • The giant Fiddle in Sydney, Nova Scotia • The Potato in O’Leary, PEI • Morris the Moose in Goobies, Newfoundland and Labrador • The Signpost Forest in Watson Lake, Yukon • The Inukshuk in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut • The Igloo Church in Inuvik, NWT And SO many more!
About the author
Author NICHOLLE CARRIÉRE has a long-standing love affair with trivia and factoids. She enjoys nothing better than surprising her friends with little-known tidbits about everyday things.