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Maclean’s Great Canadian Countdown

Test your knowledge of all things Canuck


 

The Maclean's Book of Lists, Volume 2

Where is your car most likely to be stolen?

Which Canadian city has the most bars?

What foods has Canada given the world?

The answers — in list form — appear in The Maclean’s Book of Lists, Vol. 2, now available at www.macleans.ca/bookoflists, in the iBookstore, and on newsstands.

They’ll also be brought to life during Maclean’s Great Canadian Countdown on City with host Adam Korson. Catch it Monday, August 12, at 7 p.m. ET.

Who’s had sex in a canoe? We’re not at liberty to say … but Korson is. Tune in tonight to find out.


 
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  1. Your show missed Cindy Klassen as tied with Clara Hughes for the most Olympic medals won by a Canadian. Both are from Winnipeg.

  2. How could you have missed Cindy Klassen altogether on your show about your Book of Lists. How embarrassing, she was ahead of some of the others. Hurray for Winnipeg!!

  3. Not much incentive to buy the book of lists when on your show tonight you got it wrong for most prolific Olympic medalists. Where was Cindy Klassen’s 6 medals?

  4. Ouch, no mention of Cindy Klassen’s 6 Olympic medals on your program tonight? Not much confidence to buy ‘The Book of Lists”

  5. Medicine Hat is the sunniest city in Canada.

  6. i watched the Maclean’s Canadian Countdown on tv. what a bunch of crap! this is propaganda. the show claimed pamela anderson and dan aykroyd were born on ‘canada day’. that would mean neither one of them would be any older than 31 years old.

  7. Does anyone know where I can watch this if I missed it on tv?

  8. Watching Maclean’s Canadian Countdown…. Did they just mention that a city in Yukon won the title for something Canadian?

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