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And today we talk about: Canada!

From: Radijojo World Children's Radio Network
Series: Across the Ocean - the first Transatlantic Radio for kids
Length: 30:00

A travel report to Canada, and our friends from Vancouver have a lot to say about their town. Read the full description.

Canada_flags_small We will meet friends in Vancouver – and we will have an exclusive report for you: our Transatlantic correspondent Leliann from Berlin, Germany will tell you about her exciting travel experiences in Canada.
Here is her report that even includes soundbite that Lilianne recorded herself in Canada.  Great job, Lilianne!
For the very first time in our transatlantic radio: the kids from David Lloyd George Elementary  school, all the way from Vancouver, Canada.

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We will meet friends in Vancouver – and we will have an exclusive report for you: our Transatlantic correspondent Leliann from Berlin, Germany will tell you about her exciting travel experiences in Canada.
Here is her report that even includes soundbite that Lilianne recorded herself in Canada.  Great job, Lilianne!
For the very first time in our transatlantic radio: the kids from David Lloyd George Elementary  school, all the way from Vancouver, Canada.