This is a mildly amusing book written by two Canadians that pokes fun at Canada and all things Canadian. The title, however, is a bit of a misnomer as the target audience seems to be Canadians themselves. Without having lived in Canada or experienced Canadian culture much of the humour will be missed. If you don't know about Tim Hortons or Wayne Gretzky already then don't expect this book to enlighten you. And how could a chapter on Canadian music fail to even mention the Tragically Hip? The humour is mostly fairly obvious and unsophisticated, although the penultimate chapter, "Twelve ways to say "I'm sorry"." is really quite clever. A handy little book that should help to pass the time while stuck in a long queue of 737s on the tarmac. At least it did for me.