Canada in the Rough - Netflix
Fri 21 June 2019
Join the Canada in the Rough crew as they travel coast-to-coast-to-coast in search of Canada's greatest hunting adventures. Canada boasts 3.5 million square miles of unspoiled wilderness and some of the best hunting on the planet. Canada In The Rough™ features the majestic mountains of British Columbia, the endless horizons of the open prairies, the mysterious bogs of Newfoundland, the mystical boreal forest of Ontario's Canadian Shield and the desert-like beauty of the high Arctic. We take our cameras across our vast and wondrous land to bring you a hunting experience you won't find anywhere else.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Canada in the Rough - The Rough Guide to the Music of Canada - Netflix
The Rough Guide to the Music of Canada is a compilation album originally released in 2003. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, it gives a wide overview of the music of Canada. Though contemporary styles are represented, the album focuses on roots revivalism, ranging from the traditional music of the Maritimes and Quebec to First Nations music and tracks representing Canada's wide ethnic range. The release was compiled by Dan Rosenberg & Philly Markowitz. Gregory McIntosh of AllMusic gave the album three stars, calling it diverse but nicely flowing. BBC Music Magazine claimed the album was balanced toward “updated Irish”, and lamented the lack of “unvarnished” native music.
Canada in the Rough - Track listing - Netflix
Canada in the Rough - References - Netflix