Located in the southern Ontario suburb and highway heavy town of Vaughan, Canada’s Wonderland is the largest theme park in Canada and is home to sixteen roller-coasters, over fifty rides, a waterpark and a maze of dinosaurs. Since its opening in 1981 Wonderland has been the Canadian child’s equivalent of Disney World but without the campy characters or the alleged history of nazism. It is truly Canada’s bespeckled, artificial home of pure and adulterated joy. Everything you eat there is made of sugar. Every ride you take has the potential to make you throw up or pass out. If you’re lucky you might even touch the mystical Wonder Mountain.