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Rick Mercer Report (or the Mercer Report, or RMR; formerly known as Rick Mercer's Monday Report or simply Monday Report) is a Canadian television comedy series which airs on CBC Television. Launched in 2004 and hosted by comedian Rick Mercer, the weekly half-hour show combines news parody, sketch comedy, visits to interesting places across Canada, and satirical editorials, often involving Canadian politics. The show's format is similar in some respects to satirical news shows like Mercer's prior series, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, and to Jon Stewart's The Daily Show – however, the Mercer Report's on-location segments are usually played relatively straight in comparison to those on the other shows, since participants are usually aware of Mercer's identity and purpose, showing similarity to Stephen Colbert's The Colbert Report. (source: en.wikipedia.org)
Rick visits St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia to join a lively 'Get Out The Vote' rally encouraging students to vote in the upcoming federal election.
Rick drives in the Red Bull Soap Box Race through the streets of downtown Montreal and then he's off to Georgetown, PEI for a clam-digging lesson.
Rick visits the Nautical Institute at Port Hawkesbury's Nova Scotia Community College where he checks out marine safety training that includes a free fall lifeboat and wave pool.
Rick visits 2015 Fan Expo in Toronto, Ontario and also visits Bala, Ontario to try cable wakeboarding at What Wake Park.
Skits: Pyramid Institute; New CBC series Kicking Canadians Out of Hospital Early; CBC's coverage of Cannon Fodder 2016
Rant: Newspaper Endorsements
Rick visits the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Hamilton, Ontario and flies in an Avro Lancaster Bomber.
Rick also heads to Amherst Island, Ontario for the Irish-Canadian Dry Stone Festival.
Skits: The National talks with Colorado State Treasurer about the pitfalls of marijuana legalization. Canadian Council of Scientists, unmuzzled.
Rant: Distracted Driving
Rick goes Sturgeon fishing with Rick Hansen on the Fraser River in Mission, British Columbia. Rick also visits the Fall Cottage Life Show in Mississauga, Ontario.
Skits: Community Mail Boxes; Good Eatz Diner's New Menu with No Processed Meat
Rant: Trudeau's To-Do List.
Rick heads to the Town of Tilting on Fogo Island, Newfoundland and Labrador to fly homemade kites and visit the Fogo Island Inn.
Rick then heads over to Joe Batt's Arm also on Fogo Island to participate in a Punt race.
Skits: Murdoch Mysteries - The Origins of the Grey Cup; The Canada Post Community Mailbox Sale.
Rick visits Pictou County, Nova Scotia to help cut down a Christmas Tree bound for the city of Boston.
Rick also heads to Long Point, Ontario to learn about bird conservation at the Bird Studies Canada station.
Skits: Christmas Ideas; New Credit Card Designed for Canadians
Rant: Parliament's Back
Watch a selection of the show's top items: including Rick's ride on a vintage Lancaster Bomber, and his visit to Variety Village, plus Justin Trudeau's escalator tumble.
Rick is in British Columbia for white water kayaking on the Chilliwack River and then he goes to New Brunswick to learn about sturgeon and caviar.
Rick goes to the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec to check out their amazing collection of artifacts and lends a hand setting up new exhibits.
Rick practices with the Canadian Olympic beach volleyball team; Rick travels to Montreal for the annual Fête des neiges.
Rick plays doctor-for-a-day at the University of Manitoba; Rick gets a baton twirling lesson from the Spectrum North Baton Club.
Rick trains with Canada's competitive snowball-fighting team and participates in the world's largest snowball fight; a lesson on glass blowing.
Rick and singer/songwriter Jann Arden join the Calgary Stetson Show Band; Rick plays dodgeball in Edmonton.
Rick takes a polar bear dip and drift races at the Winter Festival in Fort Qu'Appelle; Rick cares for a polar bear cub at the Toronto Zoo.
Rick goes to Barrie, ON to help the snow plowing team clean up after a major storm and then he's off to practice archery with Olympian Crispin Duenas who heads to Rio this summer.
Rick joins students at the Ontario Science Centre and in Oshawa where some are building competitive robots.
Rick visits the winners of the annual Spread the Net Student Challenge.
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