Rick Mercer Report | Season 8, Episode 4 | Oct 12, 2010 | 22:26

Season 8 - Episode 4

Rick shoots the rapids river-boarding on Alberta's Kananaskis River. He also goes motorcycle side-car racing in Shannonville, Ontario.

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