Bush sets America's sights on the moon, Celebrity Winter Advice with Shirley Douglas, Canadian Troops: Greetings from Kabul, Border Crossing, Ontario Teacher's Pension Plan, Lord Black showing $33 million London property
Tom's Guide to Code Yellow, First Glimpse of Mars, Winter Beer: To Keep You Warm and Drunk, Ontario Pot: A Place to Live and Grow, Iraqis Troops Prepare for Cockburn, George W. Bush Action Figure, Belinda Stronach: What Do We Know About Her Anyway?
Welcome to Hamilton, Four Basic Food Groups, The Turks & Caicos, Celebrity Winter Advice with Geddy Lee, BelindaMania - Why Do We Love Her So Much?
Why the Liberals will rule Canada forever, Belinda Thong-ach?,Try the Monday Report Winter Workout, Western Canadians on Eastern Canada's "cold" spell, The Canadian Military's new digs, Rick visits Lockport, Manitoba
Ed Broadbent: He's not dead, just older, Rick's Rant: George W. Bush probes himself, Paul Martin: Waking up the Nation?, Monday Report Hockey Safety Announcement, Why the Liberals will rule Canada forever: Part 2
Iqaluit: Frozen Caribou and Free-form Government, Rick's Rant: Paul Martin's in the Hot Seat, The Mutual Fund Industry, Mars Rover Jr.
3 out of 4 Canadian Criminals Choose Pot, Liberals Hungry For Support, Monday Report Preempted!, Missiles? Missiles? We Don't Need No Stinkin' Missiles...
Canada Post and ViaRail: Delivering A New Direction, A Thrilling New Figure In Canadian Politics, Internet Movie Piracy, The Auditor General's Report, North America's Most Livable City, Rick's Rant: Belinda.ca$h
Meet Newfoundland & Labrador's new Premier, Want to know what's happening in St. John's? Take a cab, Keep eating those PEI potatoes, How much do we love our cheese? Find out here, Rick's Rant: A look inside the Liberal Party of Canada.
What will retiring Edmonton MP Deb Grey do with her free time?, Quit smoking! Really. Quit now. Do it. (Ad #1), Quit smoking! Really. Quit now. Do it. (Ad #2), Believe it or not, Edmonton is 100 years old, Tridiplosack: It's for you, and you know you need it..., Rick's Rant: A look inside the Liberal Party of Canada.
Rick visits Trent University and tries his hand at fencing, Satellite Theft , Rick pays a visit to rock legend Ronnie Hawkins, Rick's Rant - Leadership Convention, Federal Sponsorship Scandal and the best of Season 1.
A look back on the best of RM MR over the last year.
Watch to see Rick get pushed out of an airplane, and Stephen Harper in a more natural state.
Rick Mercer pals around with Paul Martin. See why the Prime Minister is still in power as he lets us see a personality.
Rick goes to Winnipeg where he gets to meet Dr. Popsicle, and in Churchill a group of polar bears.
Rick traveled to Northern Alberta to visit Fort McMurray (Boomtown), the home of Alberta's famous oil sands (the second largest known oil deposit in the world).
Rick goes to Washington to meet with Frank McKenna and gets to learn what it takes to be a Firefighter.
Election time means new ads for both the Conservatives and the Liberals.
Rick gets down and dirty with the RCMP ride and shows just how anyone can make a smear campaign.
It's a special election night episode on Monday instead of Tuesday.
Rick gets a chance to play basketball with the CIAU champions and we get a Liberal apology.
Shirley Douglas does a charity commercial for the Liberals and a trailer for Brokeback Martin
Best of 2005 Including some favourite scenes from this season and included a new rant.
For one week only, place a bid on the winning the Liberal Leadership race and meet Delivery-O's pizza.
Rick learns how the sledge hockey team manages to play and find out what happened to the eBay offer.
Rick gets to feel the head of a calf ... before it has even been born and Mendelson Joe paints Ricks portrait.
Rick meets up with the newest Mayor of Vancouver, who happens to be wheelchair bound, and Rick gets his butt "rescued".
They are pulling out all the stops to prove that RMR is at the top of its game by having over 16 politicians appear in this episode. From unknown backbenchers to Belinda and Peter Mackay, there was a whole gamut of parties represented.
Rick tries to take Jann Arden bull riding with very interesting results and Rick wraps up this season until the fall.
Rick returns to season 4 of RMR at CBC. You need to watch to find out what is in store for us this year.
Due to the current events nature of this political satire show, the summary will not be available until the show first airs.
Chopping trees with the Leader of the Green Party, Bill's Carrot Juice and Spinach, David Emerson, Ignatieff, he's well placed, Oktoberfest with Chris Murphy, Rick's Rant for the week, Shame Based Future
Due to the current events nature of this political satire show, the summary will not be available until the show first airs.
Rick goes all Top Gun in a CF-18, Cheese Ad Spoof, Sleepover at 24 Sussex Drive, Peter MacKay Dog Food, Same Sex Pamphlet, Rick's Rant for the week, Minty Clean Air
Rick goes to Washington to meet with Frank McKenna and gets to learn what it takes to be a Firefighter.
Rick gets drum lessons from Rush's Neil Peart, MPs calendar, Candidate school, Garth Turner and income trusts, Kim Jong, Rick and Ralph Klein go harness racing, Rick's Rant for the week
Due to the current events nature of this political satire show, the summary will not be available until the show first airs.
Rick visits with the Peel Regional Police K-9 Unit and visits Ottawa, where he becomes Minister of Agriculture MP Chuck Strahl's driver for the day.
Rick visits with new Federal Liberal leader Stéphane Dion and his dog Kyoto, and Rick discusses the Federal Accountability Act.
Rick visits Canadian Forces Edmonton, where he drives a tank, and he visits the women's volleyball team at the University of Alberta.
In this episode, Rick hits the slopes with Canadian Conservative cabinet minister Helena Guergis and also visits and scrimmages with the Toronto Rock professional lacrosse team.
This episode is a selection of the best clips from various episodes from the Fall 2006 half of the season, based on the viewer voting on CBC.ca.
This is the Season Finale.Due to the current events nature of this political satire show, the summary will not be available until the show first airs.
Rick returns after a restful summer. He hopes you're ready for the ride, because it's going to be a long wild one.
Canoeing with Bob Rae. Everything you wanted to know about electoral reform but were not interested enough to ask.
Rick gets to ride in a submarine and visits Bala, Ontario for the Cranberry Festival
Off roading with the Premier. Cirque Du soleil in Toronto.
Rick goes on a cattle drive in Southern Alberta. Rick trains with the Ottawa police tactical unit.
Rick heads to the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon . Rick practises with the wrestling team, poses nude for an art class, drives high-speed racing cars.
Rick and Jean Chretien have lunch at Harvey's. It's an exclusive first English-language interview with the former prime minister since his heart surgery, and starts off where they had their first lunch date ten years ago.
Rick shows a dog at the Ottawa Kennel Club's Show of Shows, then hits the Ganong Chocolate Factory in St. Stephen, New Brunswick with Premier Shawn Graham.
Rick trains at the Stratford Chefs School with Sheila McCarthy and delivers holiday mail for Canada Post.
Best of 2007
Rick hits the open seas with the Pacific Fleet and starts the new year off right with a polar bear dip into freezing cold Lake Ontario.
Rick trains with the Canadian national synchronized swimming and women's water polo teams in Montreal, and takes to the slopes in Whistler, B.C.
Rick races on the frozen shores of Lake Superior in Thunder Bay and windsurfs on the world's largest indoor lake at the Toronto International Boat Show.
Rick goes dog sledding in Haliburton, Ont., then he moves on to practice with Canada's Olympic-bound Track and Field Team. Stephen Harper and other major Ottawa politicos join him in a beer commercial spoof.
Rick trains with the national men's wheelchair basketball team and visits the winner of the Spread the Net Campus Challenge.
Rick pushes himself to the limit in a human centrifuge and checks out the latest in cars at the Canadian International Auto Show.
Rick hits the links with Anne Murray and horses around with Canada's Olympic equestrian team.
Rick attends the Arctic Winter Games in Yellowknife and spends March Break at the Royal Ontario Museum.
Rick goes kite skiing on the Ottawa River and races on a bike with no brakes at a velodrome in London, Ontario.
Rick catches up with Canada's athletes at the paralympics in Beijing, and delivers all the election coverage you need.
Rick gets a bee beard in Langley, B.C. and hits the motocross track in Walton, Ontario.
Rick hits the campaign trail with all the party leaders in planes, trains, automobiles (and bikes) on a cross-Canada election night extravaganza.
Rick gets lost in a corn maze with a shaped based on the RMR in Thamesville, Ontario and battles forest fires in Kamloops with the BC Forest Service.
Rick visits former Prime Minister Paul Martin on his Quebec sheep farm and heads to Muskoka to shovel coal aboard North America's oldest steamship
Rick talks US politics with US Ambassador to Canada David Wilkins and trains as a stunt performer on the set of The Border.
Rick gets a tailor-made suit -- Don Cherry style, and hangs out with half a billion in gold at the Royal Canadian Mint in Ottawa.
Rick is Feist's roadie on tour in St. John's Newfoundland, and goes behind-the-scenes at the Toronto Zoo.
Rick experiences zero gravity and visits Canada's leading recycling program in Edmonton.
Best of 2008 A look back at the year that was 2008.
Rick helps Michael Ignatieff move into Stornoway and flies with the Calgary Police Air Services Unit.
Rick tackles winter driving with the Motorsport Club of Ottawa and heads to McMaster University in Hamilton.
Rick hits the slopes with senator and Olympic legend Nancy Greene in Sun Peaks, BC; then trains with the women's biathlon team in Canmore, Alberta.
Rick celebrates Chinese New Year in Toronto with lion dances, dim sum, wushu kung fu and more.
Rick tries to keep up with 88 year old Mississauga mayor Hazel McCallion and hits Skate the Lake in Portland, Ontario.
Rick goes ice climbing and learns about all things Finnish in Thunder Bay; then trains with the Cambridge Turbos of the National Ringette League.
Rick tracks and tags black bears in Ontario's Algonquin Park and joins the Canadian Coast Guard ice breaking operations in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec.
Rick visits the top fundraising schools in The Spread the Net Student Challenge and goes behind the scenes at the Shaw Festival.
Rick teams up with BC premier Gordon Campbell to try wheelchair curling and hits the slopes at Whistler with Canada's Para-Alpine Ski Team.
Rick starts the season with a trip to Whistler, BC where he bungee jumps with Rick Hansen. This year marks the 25th anniversary of Hansen's 'Man in Motion' marathon wheelchair tour. Also, CHarmony - the online dating site for Conservatives, outtakes from Michael Ignatieff's ads and Rick Rants about the bloodsport of Canadian elections. Plus, Rick kicks off this year's Spread the Net Challenge.
Rick joins the crew of the legendary Bluenose II and then races three cars chained together.
Rick trains with a Sea King Squadron and participates in a naval boarding party; War of 1812 re-enactment.
Rick trains with the competitors of ``Battle of the Blades''; annual Giant Pumpkin Weight-Off and Boat Race.
Rick is in Niagara Falls indoor skydiving with Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson, and then they hang out at Lifeson’s Toronto bar where Rick gets a guitar lesson. Rick also goes behind the scenes on Parliament Hill to find out what makes the place tick— he changes the Peace Tower flag, conducts a tour, among other tasks.
This week Rick checks into the world of fashion at Toronto’s annual Fashion Week. He gets an overview from Jeanne Beker, chats with Canadian designers, and even joins the models on the runway. He is also in Burnaby, BC at Electronic Arts to see how video games are developed from start to finish.
This week Rick is in London, ON training with members of Canada’s national wheelchair rugby team. Later, he goes to Toronto’s Royal Winter Fair and checks out some ‘super dogs’ in action — a wide variety of canines who dance, catch frisbees and perform other amazing feats.
Tonight Rick is in Edmonton for the 35th annual Canadian Finals Rodeo event. He joins the season’s top point-getters for this grand season finale — Rick barrel-races, does trick riding on a horse, and even helps to get the stock animals in order backstage. Later, he’s north of Toronto getting a fly-fishing lesson from a pro.
Tonight Rick is in Montreal to train and compete with the women of the Montreal Roller Derby; he follows with a trip to Grand Manan Island in the Bay of Fundy, for a lesson in lobster fishing.
Best of 2009 A look back at the best reports of 2009 to start off 2010.
Rick is in Vancouver taking a pre-Olympic look at how the airport functions—he checks out baggage-handling, security, emergency services, and even helps getting birds off the runway. He also goes ice sailing on the Bay of Quinte in Trenton, Ontario.
Tonight Rick is in Jasper National Park learning all about how the avalanche control and rescue team works and even experiences first-hand how ace rescue dog Starksy performs his duties. Later he goes on a date to the West Edmonton Mall with leader of the upstart Wild Rose Alliance party, Danielle Smith.
Tonight Rick is at the National Figure Skating Championship in London, ON. He tries synchronized skating and national Olympic-bound champs Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir give him an ice dance lesson. Later he’s off to Alberta’s Elk Island National Park for the annual bison round-up.
Tonight Rick goes west to check out bobsled action–he’s in Rossland, BC for Canada’s longest-running winter carnival and partakes in the homemade bobsled race down the frozen main street. Then he is in Calgary where our Olympic Women’s Bobsled team, headed by Kailie Humphries, shows him how it’s really done.
Rick visits Calgary’s hotbed of Olympic training with Olympic medalist Kyle Shewfelt to find out how the cutting-edge ‘Own the Podium’ science program is preparing our athletes to win a record number of medals in Vancouver.
Rick is in The Pas for the annual Northern Manitoba Trapper’s Festival where he tries out events from moose-calling to flour-packing, and then he has lunch with NDP leader Jack Layton at his eco-friendly Toronto home.
Rick finds out first hand how the Toronto Marine Unit makes harbour ice rescues and later goes to an Outdoor Adventure Show where he does some white-water rafting, rock climbing, and learns to scuba dive.
Rick goes to the Toronto Bike Show and visits the Spread the Net Student Challenge winners at Simon Fraser University and the University of Ottawa.
Tonight Rick is at the Paralympics. In Vancouver, he checks out the action with Rick Hansen, joins the sledge hockey team, and goes ziplining with former mayor Sam Sullivan. He’s also in Whistler with gold medalists Brian and Robin McKeever and meets Canada’s paralympians in the Athletes’s Village.
Rick’s in Shanghai to visit Expo 2010 and the Canadian Pavilion. He gets a city tour with Dashan AKA Mark Rowswell, the most famous Canadian in China. He’s a comic who’s fluent in Mandarin.
Rick heads to Winnipeg and learns how to escape from a vehicle submerged in a lake.
Rick goes toe-to-toe with Canadian boxing legend George Chuvalo in Toronto, ON and participates in an international plowing match in St. Thomas, ON.
River-boarding on Alberta's Kananaskis River; motorcycle side-car racing in Shannonville, Ont.
Rick is at the Fortress of Louisbourg in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia where he joins an archeological dig and finds out what it was like being an 18th century blacksmith, soldier and governor. He then goes to Red Deer, Alberta to train on a water ramp with some of Canada's top freestyle skiers.
Rick is in Craigellachie, BC for the 125th anniversary of the driving of 'the last spike' that marked the completion of the cross-country railroad. He learns how to handle a train and gets a lesson in spike driving from the world champion. He also attends the 11th Annual Windsor Weekend drag race event at the Grand Bend Motorplex where he drives a souped-up dragster racer at breakneck speeds.
Rick goes to Calgary's Canada Olympic Park where he goes zip-lining with Jann Arden, Olympian Kyle Shewfelt, and new mayor Naheed Nenshi and helps celebrate Shewfelt's induction into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame.
This week, Rick goes to Shannonville, ON where he attends "Skid School" and learns how to stop a transport truck on a slippery highway. Also, Rick participates in the potato harvest in PEI.
Rick goes heli-logging in Seymour Inlet, BC and teams up with Habitat for Humanity and officers and cadets from the RCMP to build a house in Regina, SK.
Tonight Rick participates in the 64th annual Queens University Model Parliament in the actual House of Commons in Ottawa. He is Speaker of the House and then learns what it takes to be a parliamentary page. He also goes to Edmonton for the Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race hosted by the University of Alberta and featuring students from across the country.
Rick is in Niagara Falls where he joins the crew of the Niagara Tunnel Project, an enormous tunnel boring project around the Falls (10 kilometers long; 14 meters wide). Rick finds out how to run 'Big Becky', the largest tunnel-boring machine in the worl
Tonight Rick is at Toronto's Air Canada Centre to help the crew convert the building from a Maple Leafs to a Raptors game---from hockey to basketball--in just six hours. He is also at Brentwood College School, in Mill Bay, BC to join the rowing team.
Rick checks out the abundant moose population in Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland. Then he's off to the University of Northern British Columbia in Prince George, and Espanola High School in Ontario, to acknowledge the top fund-raisers in the annual Spread the Net Student Challenge.
The new season starts with Rick and Jann Arden taking a hands-free 'EdgeWalk' outside on the top of Toronto's 533 metre high CN tower. Rick also goes snorkeling with salmon in Campbell River, BC.
Rick is at the Calgary Highland Games where he does the Scottish hammer throw, caber toss, performs with a drum and pipe band and helps border collies herd sheep. He also goes to Ayr, Ontario where he sets up and executes a fireworks extravaganza.
Tonight Rick, Mike Holmes and David Suzuki install solar panels on the roof of a house in Oshawa, ON. and Rick drives a snowmobile across 400 feet of water at the Puddle Jump in Tilbury, ON, where he also takes an ATV into their mud bog.
Rick is at the Windsor International Air Show where his activities include flying a vintage World War II Harvard plane, parachuting with the Skyhawks, the Canadian Forces' elite team, and flying in a vintage aerobatic bi-plane.
Tonight Rick is at the speedway in Brighton, Ontario where he participates in the Eve of Destruction by driving a trailer in a high speed race until it's demolished. He is also in Calgary at the High Country Carriage Club for the horse and carriage races, a sport Prince Philip developed.
Rick and opera star Measha Brueggergosman go whale watching on the Bay of Fundy in St Andrews, New Brunswick and Rick stays on the Bay of Fundy to go jet boating with New Brunswick Premier David Alward at the reversing falls near Saint John.
Tonight Rick is in Langford, BC where he trains with the Canadian National Rugby Team and then goes to the University of Victoria to shave off World Cup Rugby star Adam Kleeberger's immense beard for charity. Rick also ventures to Fergus, Ontario to ride with the Ontario Provincial Police Golden Helmets Precision Motorcycle Team.
Tonight Rick joins a crew constructing 200 foot-high transmission towers and connecting power lines across rural Ontario. Then he goes to Vancouver to train with Canada's National Powerchair Soccer Team as they prepare for the World Cup in France.
Rick marches in Toronto's annual Santa Claus Parade and movie director Norman Jewison explains his role in saving the parade. Rick is in Hamilton, Ontario training with the police force's emergency response team on the waterfalls that dot the Niagara Escarpment.
Rick is in Regina at the annual Canadian Western Agribition, Canada's largest agricultural marketplace, where he shampoos cows and auctions off goats and other livestock. In Aurora, Ontario he assists in dismantling and crushing cars at a recycling program.
Best of 2011 - Rick and Jann Arden take a hands-free'EdgeWalk' outside on the top of Toronto's 533 metre high CN tower. Rick also visits Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland to check on the moose population.
Tonight Rick visits The Republic of Doyle set in St John's where he and star Allan Hawco do some stunt driving in a vintage GTO. In Quebec's Gatineau Hills, Rick joins a Canadian Ski Patrol team to learn some rescue techniques.
In tonight's all-new show Rick goes to the Fire School at Lambton College in Sarnia, ON where he gains firefighting skills and joins the Firefighter Combat Challenge Team. He's also at the Humane Society in Charlottetown, PEI where he hangs out with the animals, microchips a cat, walks dogs and reads to the rabbits.
Rick is in Summerside, PEI at Holland College’s Atlantic Police Academy where he submits to a lie detector test and does weapons training and then he’s in Toronto with Canada’s champion Olympic Trampoline Team.
In tonight's show Rick is in Ottawa where he visits Governor-General David Johnston for a vice-regal tour of Rideau Hall, and then he goes behind the scenes to see how the landmark 100 year-old Chateau Laurier Hotel operates.
Rick is in Quebec City for the Winter Carnival where he joins the ice-canoeing team from HMCS Montcalm for a race across the St. Lawrence River. He also goes to Winnipeg to skate at The Forks, which holds the Guinness record as 'the longest rink in the world.'
Rick hits the ice with the Winnipeg Jets hockey team in Winnipeg, MB and competes in the 24-hour "Numb Bum" motorcycle race on ice in Sandy Beach, AB.
In tonight's all-new show Rick is in Victoria training with Canada's Olympic swimming team as they prepare for the London Summer Olympics and medalist Ryan Cochrane gives him some special tips. He also turns up at the Purina National Dog Show in Mississauga, ON and vies for 'Best in Show' with a giant English mastiff.
Rick is in Quebec City to check out the annual Crashed Ice Championship Race that is skated at breakneck speeds down winding streets. Then he is at the General Motors Automotive Centre of Excellence in Oshawa, ON. where new cars are tested for safety and durability in all climate conditions from severe cold to sweltering heat.
(Season Finale) Rick attends celebration festivities at the winning schools in the annual Mercer Report Spread the Net Student Challenge. Highlights include an extreme dodge ball game in Quispamsis, New Brunswick; African drumming in Peterborough, Ontario; and at McGill University Rick drives a 'Baja' off-road car on campus.
Rick experiences thrilling water adventures Flyboarding in Sylvan Lake, Alberta and later visits Science World in Vancouver
Rick goes to Cold Lake, Alberta and races F-18 fighters against Ferrari and Lamborghini race cars in support of Military Families. Rick also goes whitewater rafting on the Thompson River in B.C.
Rick goes zip-lining with the Leader of the Opposition, Thomas Mulcair in Petty Harbour, NL. Rick goes Gliding with the Air Cadets in Netook, AB.
Rick explores the newest recreation sport, Zorbing, with CBC's Over The Rainbow host Daryn Jones at Horseshoe Valley, ON. Rick goes to the Biodome in Montreal, P.Q.
Tonight Rick goes to Canada's Wonderland and rides the nation's fastest roller coaster and then he's in Fraserville, ON for the Soap Box Derby.
Rick is in Ontario's Algonquin Park for a kayaking lesson from Olympic champ Adam van Koeverden and then he's off to the Rockton World's Fair for the small car roll-over competition.
Rick is student-for-a-day at the Coast Guard College in Sydney, Nova Scotia. He practices navigating a fast rescue craft and life-saving techniques on the water. He also turns up in London, ON and goes to bat in the Women's Intercollegiate Fast Pitch Championship.
Rick joins rehearsal for the National Ballet of Canada's lavish Alice's Adventures in Wonderland where he tap dances with Mad Hatter, helps play the Cheshire Cat, hangs out with the White Rabbit, and chats with Artistic Director Karen Kain. Then it's off to Lindsay, ON for a logger sports competition, where Rick joins university and college students hewing logs, wielding chainsaws, and racing up poles with spikes on their feet.
Tonight Rick is on Sable Island, Nova Scotia to check out the legendary wild horses and other wildlife and then he's to train with Canada's National Cricket Team.
Tonight Rick's at Winter Woofstock in Toronto for all things dog-related, including a doggie fashion show, stupid dog tricks, the crowning of Mr. and Mrs. Canine Canada, and a selection of Christmas gifts for 'man's best friend', then he's off to Halifax where he helps Canada's oldest skating club celebrate its 150th anniversary.
On tonight's Best of The Mercer Report, Rick is in Alberta where he tries flyboarding, the latest daredevil feat and then he is off to go gliding with air cadets.
Tonight Rick is in New Brunswick at the Sabian Cymbal factory which supplies cymbals to top musicians worldwide. He and Sean Dalton, drummer with The Trews rock band, assist making cymbals and later Rick plays them at a Trews concert in Fredericton. Rick then heads off to Winnipeg for some cable snow-boarding.
Tonight Rick is in Saskatoon to celebrate Ukrainian New Year with traditional costumes, dancing, and food, then he's off to Lake Winnipeg for some ice fishing.
Rick is at the Calgary Zoo where he takes king penguins for a stroll and then he’s off to the Monster Jam Truck Rally in Edmonton.
Rick is in Ottawa to check out the annual Winterlude Festival and then he’s off to the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides training facility in Oakville, ON.
Rick is in Selkirk, Manitoba to check out the ice jam prevention programme on the Red River and then he’s off to the Toronto Rehab hospital to sample their revolutionary research.
Tonight Rick is at the Labrador Winter Games where he participates in many traditional events involving hunting, trapping, dog-sledding, and snow-shoeing skills
Celebrating the annual Spread the Net Student Challenge
Rick climbs to the top of Mount Nimbus in the Purcell Mountains in BC and joins Canada's largest motorcycle rally in Port Dover, ON.
Rick goes snorkelling with seals on the Gaspé Peninsula, QC and becomes a student at the Justice Institute of British Columbia's Paramedic Academy in Kelowna, BC.
Rick takes to the skies in the Canadian Hot Air Balloon Championships in High River, AB and competes in the International Society of Arboriculture's Ontario Tree Climbing Finals in Kingston, ON.
Rick goes hydrofoiling in Salmon Arm, BC and mini chuckwagon racing at the Erin Fall Fair in Erin, ON.
Rick transforms into a monster at the Zombie Walk in Toronto, ON and goes nautical with the Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue in Nanaimo, BC.
Rick goes to the zoo to visit the giant pandas, Er Shun and Da Mao, in Toronto, ON and goes sailing with paralympians at Purcell's Cove in Halifax, NS.
Rick visits the set of CBC's hit show Murdoch Mysteries in Toronto, ON and attends the 91st annual Royal Agricultural Winter Fair also in Toronto, ON.
Rick joins the Collingwood Collegiate Community Marching Band for the Santa Claus Parade in Collingwood, ON and goes aboard Canada Steamship Lines' Trillium class freighter Whitefish Bay for a trip through the St. Lawrence Seaway's Welland Canal.
Best of 2013 - Rick goes to the top of Mt. Nimbus in British Columbia and visits a guide dog training school in Oakville, ON.
Rick tours Toronto's new Ripley's Aquarium and helps feed and care for some of the 15,000 sea creatures there with special attention paid to the sharks. He also learns cheerleading techniques with the Ultimate Canadian Cheer team in Pickering, ON.
Rick makes ice cream at the Chapman's ice cream factory in Markdale, ON and goes to the Boat Show in Toronto, ON. Rick's ice cream will be available in stores this March.
Rick operates vintage trains at the West Coast Heritage Railway Park in Squamish, BC and visits the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto, ON.
Rick trains with Canadian Olympic freestyle ski athletes in Whistler, BC and conducts the Toronto Symphony Orchestra at Roy Thompson Hall.
Rick and Jann Arden visit a donkey sanctuary in Jann's hometown Bragg Creek, AB and go rock climbing in Calgary, AB.
Rick goes high altitude training with Canada's Para-Nordic team in Lake Louise, AB.
Rick trains with the Para-snowboard team at Big White Mountain; the Festival du Voyageur in St. Boniface.
Rick test drives a personal hovercraft on land, ice, snow, and water in Parry Sound, ON and trains with officer cadets at Royal Military College Saint-Jean, QC.
Rick trains with the Canadian Women's National Field Hockey team in Vancouver, BC and practices with the Canadian National Throwing Teams in Lethbridge, AB.
Rick visits this year's winners of the Spread the Net Student Challenge: Elbow Valley Elementary in Rockyview County, AB; Bayview Secondary School in Richmond Hill, ON; and Algonquin College in Ottawa, ON.
Rick takes ballroom dance lessons at the Rocky Mountain Dancesport Grand Prix in Calgary and then he's off to Niagara Falls to join the Hornblower crew
Rick is in Burnaby, BC training with Canada's Women's National Soccer Team and gets tips from Olympic champ Christine Sinclair
Rick visits the set of Republic of Doyle and takes a cameo role as the Mayor of St John's and also visits a Special Olympics training camp
Take a look back at the best stories and bits of 2014
Rick and 'Dr Popsicle' check out Mustang Survival in Burnaby, BC and wear their life-saving gear when they're dropped into English Bay. Then Rick is off to Toronto's York University to check out the campus observatory, the nursing school, and the innovative NHL fitness testing programme.
Tonight Rick is in Ottawa where he learns how to play The Peace Tower Carillon and then he's off to Gibsons, BC for a trapshooting lesson from world champ Susan Nattrass.
Rick finds out how to build a cardboard boat when he joins students in Waterloo, ON. for an annual race and then he's to off to check in with athletes preparing for wheelchair races in the upcoming Parapan Am Games.
Rick visits the winners of this year's Spread the Net Student Challenge. Congratulations Kew Beach Junior Public School in Toronto, ON; Algonquin College in Ottawa, ON; and John F. Ross Collegiate Vocational Institute in Guelph, ON.
Another season begins! 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
Tonight 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.; and a post-election rant.
Tonight Rick tries some cable wakeboarding in Bala, Ontario with Amazing Race champs, and then heads to the Fan Expo pop culture extravaganza in Toronto.
Rick visits the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Hamilton, ON, for a flight in one of only two remaining airworthy Lancasters in the world.
Tonight Rick teams up with Rick Hansen for some catch-and-release sturgeon fishing on British Columbia's Fraser River and then Mr. Mercer goes to the annual Cottage Life Show in Toronto for some tips.
Rick heads to unique Fogo Island in Newfoundland & Labrador where he finds out how punt boats are built and races in one, and joins community activities from quilting to kite-flying.
Rick is in Pictou County, Nova Scotia where he assists felling a special Christmas tree that Halifax sends to Boston, Mass. every year as a 'thank you' for their help after the Halifax Explosion of 1917. Then he's off to the Long Point Bird Observatory in Port Rowan, ON where he helps trap, tag and release birds.
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
Tonight 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.
Tonight Rick is in Calgary with Jann Arden where they join the Calgary Stetson Show Band for a lesson in how to march while playing musical instruments and then he's off to Edmonton to play with the local dodgeball league.
Rick is at the winter festival in Fort Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan where he takes a polar bear dip and tries drift racing and then he's off to the Toronto Zoo to help care for the latest resident--a polar bear cub.
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.
Tonight Rick joins students on March break at the Ontario Science Centre for lively science-themed adventures and then he's off to Oshawa, ON. to join students building competitive robots.
Tonight Rick visits the four schools and colleges that won The Mercer Report's annual Spread the Net Student Challenge.
Rick goes to the 'most haunted place in Canada', Fort Henry, in Kingston, Ontario, and gets into the Halloween spirit at their yearly 'Fort Fright' and then he's off to Haida Gwaii, BC to learn traditional wood-carving techniques.
Rick is in Kamloops, BC to join the BC Search Dog Association's training programme & rescue practice, then he heads to Manitoba to partake in festivities at the annual Morden Corn & Apple festival.
Tonight Rick is in Revelstoke, BC for a paragliding adventure over the mountains, and then he's in Toronto helping a charitable organization build & distribute ramps to make the city more accessible.
Tonight, Rick goes on a helicopter training mission with ORNGE, Ontario's air ambulance brigade, and then he's off to Kitchener-Waterloo, ON, where he trains with a bike polo team followed by a competition.
Rick is in Ottawa with a society dedicated to recreating the medieval world so he dons armour and goes into battle at their 'Feast of the Hare'. Then he gets a lesson in cheese making and helps judge the finished products at a renowned cheese show in Belleville, Ontario.
Rick is in Regina where he learns how to play the Canadian sport broomball, and then joins in at the Broomball World Championships. He also plays Santa at an annual Christmas pet show.
Rick helps test and maintain the ice highway that runs between Inuvik and Tuktoyaktuk, NWT and then he's in Vaughan, ON checking out an indoor freestyle skiing and snowboarding facility.
Rick is in Edmonton for the sub-zero Polar Plunge and then he spends a day on the job with the Edmonton Police Service.
Rick participates in a "human bonspiel" with Jann Arden in Calgary, and then he's at the Toronto International Boat Show wakeboarding on the world's largest indoor lake.
Tonight it's the Best of The Mercer Report 2016 with Rick caring for a polar bear cub at the Toronto Zoo and paragliding in B.C.
Rick is in Ottawa to try Ice Dragon Boat Racing with an all-female team, and then he heads to Parliament Hill to help build a temporary House of Commons as restoration begins.
Rick visits the Canadian Police College in Ottawa where he joins officers learning new skills then heads to Toronto and hangs out with Ontario MPP Jagmeet Singh, who teaches him how to tie a turban.
Rick tries out a self-driving car at the University of Waterloo and then he's off to Fernie, B.C. for the annual "Griz Days" winter festival.
Rick goes to CFB Trenton, ON to join cadets training on a parachute tower, and then he's in Toronto checking out a Gentlemen's Expo.
Rick goes to schools in Vancouver, Hamilton, Prince George, and Fort McMurray to celebrate the winners of his annual Spread The Net Student Challenge.
Rick and Jann Arden explore the Calgary Zoo and here they are at the Land of Lemurs, an endangered animal from Madagascar.
Tonight Rick is in Nunavut where he takes a dip in the Arctic Ocean near the wreck of a 'lost' Franklin Expedition ship and then heads to the town of Gjoa Haven for their Shipwreck Festival.
Rick is in Ferrryland NL helping to bring a flock of sheep across the water to the mainland.
Rick helps with the goats, sheep and Jack Russell terriers at Toronto's Royal Winter Fair
Rick is in Niagara Falls to lend a hand with the annual Winter Festival of Lights and then he's off to St, John's, NL to explore The Rooms, a cultural centre where he checks out historical artifacts and learns the art of traditional Newfoundland rug hooking.
Top items from last year including Rick's visit to Inuvik, NWT for the Sunrise Festival, his tall ship sailing lesson across Lake Ontario, plus the tribute to Gord Downie and much more.
Rick goes to Cirque du Soleil headquarters in Montreal to see how their shows are put together, and then he's off to the University of Victoria where he finds out what it takes to be an opera singer.
Rick checks out the action at the North American International Motorcycle Supershow in Mississauga, ON.
Rick boards an ice-breaking vessel in Toronto Harbour and learns how to keep the shipping lanes open, and then he's at the Interior Design Show checking out the latest from Canada's top designers.
A special look back at The Mercer Report's coverage of the Winter Olympics over many occasions - and includes an interview with CBC 2018 Winter Olympic broadcaster Scott Russell.
Rick is at Toronto's Ryerson University School of Performance where he joins the cast of the pantomime "Jack and the Beanstalk."
Tonight Rick joins country music star Brett Kissel's cross-country tour in London, ON., and then is at Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum with comedian Ron James for a look at their Viking exhibit.
Rick is in Lindsay, Ontario for the annual Kawartha Cup SnowCross Races where he races snowmobiles, and then heads to Barrie to help train chickens.
Rick joins an Indian dance troupe; the Nipissing Trackers teach children with special needs how to ski.
Rick learns to pilot a helicopter in North Bay, ON.
Rick visits the winning schools in his annual Spread the Net Student Challenge. Here he is at Holy Names Catholic High School in Windsor, ON. He also goes to winning schools in Halifax, NS and more!
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.