Warning! This episode may teach you about Canada.
In honour of Canada's upcoming birthday (July 1 for you non-Canadians out there), I'm offering up the first of two "found LPs" that were developed by Canadian educational institutions as teaching aids.
This first album (which you will hear in its entirety) is called Canadian Adventures 1867-1967, and was developed in honour of our Centennial by the Ontario Teacher's Federation.
If you're a regular Ruckus listener, and are expecting a bunch of pop music, this may not be the episode for you. But if you are interested in hearing some stories about the country, this just might be the ticket for you.
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