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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 trains with Invictus Games athletes; Rick visits a wildlife centre on Vancouver Island.
Tonight Rick is in PEI helping with maintenance on the Confederation Bridge and then he's off to Kingston, ON. for the Sea Cadet National Regatta.
Rick goes on a picnic with hundreds of rescued golden retrievers; Rick helps paint some of the last grain elevators in the country.
Rick operates the locks on the Rideau Canal; in BC's wine country, Rick stomps grapes at the Festival of the Grape.
Rick sails across Lake Ontario on the Playfair; Rick visits the University of British Columbia to see its cutting-edge research projects.
Rick and Jann Arden visit the Calgary Zoo.
Rick goes in search of a lost ship in the Arctic Ocean; Rick attends Gjoa Haven's Shipwreck Festival.
Rick helps transport sheep in Ferryland, Newfoundland; Rick joins construction workers in Toronto.
Rick helps with the goats, sheep and Jack Russell terriers at Toronto's Royal Winter Fair; Rick checks out the Coast Guard's communication system.
Rick helps at the Winter Festival of Lights in Niagara Falls; Rick visits The Rooms, a cultural centre in St. John's, Nfld.
Top items from the year including Rick's visit to the Sunrise Festival in Inuvik, NWT, his tall ship sailing lesson on Lake Ontario and the Gord Downie tribute are featured.
Rick goes to Cirque du Soleil headquarters in Montreal to see their show put together then heads to the University of Victoria to find out what it takes to become an opera singer.
Rick is at Edmonton's Deep Freeze Byzantine Winter Festival where he races a deep freezer through city streets and gets some dance lessons. Later he checks out the action at the North American International Motorcycle Supershow in Mississauga, Ontario.
Rick boards an ice-breaking vessel in Toronto Harbour and learns how to keep the shipping lanes open then visits the Interior Design Show to check out the latest from Canada's top designers
Rick checks in with athletes headed to another Winter Olympics including flag bearers Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue, Patrick Chan, Meghan Tandy, Kallie Humphries, Jessie Lumsden and more. He also chats with CBC Winter Olympics broadcaster Scott Russell.
Rick checks out the unique winter activities at The Forks in Winnipeg and heads to Toronto's Ryerson University School of Performance for singing, dancing and acting classes before taking the stage.
Rick joins country singer Brett Kissel's national tour in London, Ont.; and later checks out the Viking exhibit at Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum with comedian Ron James.
Rick heads to Lindsay, Ont., for the annual Kawartha Cup Snowcross Races. Later, he goes to Barrie to help train chickens.
Rick joins the dance troupe Maritime Bhangra in Halifax, and later goes to North Bay, Ont., to visit the Nipissing Trackers, who teach special-needs children how to ski.
Rick goes to North Bay, Ont., to learn how to fly a helicopter. Later, he checks out an engineering firm in Guelph, Ont., where buildings are tested in a wind tunnel.
Rick visits Holy Names Catholic High School in Windsor, Ontario, winners of the 'Spread the Net' challenge.
Rick ends his fifteen-season record-breaking run on CBC with a look back at some of the most memorable moments of his adventures across Canada from coast-to-coast-to-coast and with a final rant.
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