There are Seven Wonders of the World, right? Ancient and Modern, I believe.
So why shouldn't each country have it's own Seven Wonders....... starting with Canada.
The CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) has been searching for our own Seven Wonders of Canada by asking Canadians to submit their favourite places, and so far there have been over 25,000 suggestions.
The list has been narrowed down to 52 nominees.
Some are natural wonders, some are man-made.
I have to admit I haven't seen them all.
I've driven across the Confederation Bridge from New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island. An amazing piece of engineering.
I've toured the Library of Parliament in Ottawa.
Niagara Falls? C.N.Tower? I've been to both places so many times that I could apply for a job as a tour guide.
I've enjoyed a bagel in Montreal and I've seen my hockey team competing for The Stanley Cup. (Go Leafs Go)
I've visited The Vimy Memorial in France (it was closed for renovation) and the wonderful Museum of Civilisation in Quebec.
Gros Morne in Newfoundland is a stunningly beautiful World Heritage site, you shouldn't miss it, and Old Quebec transported me back to the old towns in Europe.
I've walked along the banks of the Rideau Canal in Ottawa (but not skated on it cos I can't skate... never learned) and I've strolled through Pier 21 in Halifax, where over a million New Canadians saw their first glimpse of their new country.
Obviously I have many more of the wonders of this great country of Canada to see and experience.
How difficult it is to choose just Seven.
Which ones would YOU choose?