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The Great Canadian Bucket List - One-of-a-Kind Travel Experiences - cover

The Great Canadian Bucket List - One-of-a-Kind Travel Experiences

Robin Esrock

Publisher: Dundurn

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Summary

Expanded with 7 new experiences and illustrated with hundreds of stunning photographs
Second edition of The Great Canadian Bucket List, which sold over 40,000 copies

As featured on the CBC, CTV, Global News, Breakfast Television, the Globe and Mail, Explore Magazine, Canadian Geographic, Canadian Traveller, Maclean’s, the National Post, Readers Digest, Canada’s History, National Geographic Traveler, CAA Magazine, Westjet Magazine and many other publications

Timed to coincide with Canada’s 150th Anniversary

Unlocks access to a comprehensive website with up-to-date information on activities and destinations, an updated blog, edited videos, and added-value bonus content
Series has 25,000+ followers on Facebook, 5,000+ email subscribers, 6,000+ Twitter followers, and is supported by a full suite of social media channels
Marketing partners include Ford Motors, Keen Footwear, Fairmont Hotels, Travel Manitoba, and Destination Canada
Cross-marketing benefits with Robin’s international book, The Great Global Bucket List (HarperCollins Canada)

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