RMR: Canada explained

For my vast audience of American and otherwise countried readers, a quick and hilarious rundown on how the democracy of Canada works (although apparently Canadians can benefit from a quick refresher too).

From our national treasure, Rick Mercer:



 more about “RMR: Canada explained“, posted with vodpod

Here it is at the CBC site where you can see a lot of other Rick Mercer hilarity.

Everything you wanted to know about Canada, but were afraid to ask 

About Tentative Equinox North

I live in small town mortgaged suburbia and commute a long ways to work as an arts administrator in a biggish city in the Great White North. I have one husband, three kids (1 girl and 2 boys), and one very enthusiastic Labrador-Retriever cross with Marley-ish tendencies. These are the things I tend to write about (not to be considered an exhaustive or otherwise limiting list): parenting and in particular parenting kids with brain challenges (learning disabilities, ADHD, and aspergers), the arts, particularly the performing arts, the weirdness of life and human behaviour, my conspiracy theory that we actually live in a Matrix-world (don't even bother trying to tell me we don't), and really, anything shiny.
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5 Responses to RMR: Canada explained

  1. Persephone says:

    Love RMR. There’s nowhere to escape from a national election in Ottawa and Rick Mercer is the one thing that makes it bearable.

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