The former president opens a souvenir stand; a linguistics professor specializes in Maritime dialects; a town crier takes on Haligonians; a tax assessor institutes a Park Bench Tax; an organic farmer offers samples of strange meats; and a bylaw officer seeks help treating squirrel fever.
An entrepreneur seeks help selling Moose Rides in Collingwood; a newcomer mans the Happy to Help Booth and winds up with more questions than answers; a tax assessor fines homeowners for leaving up Christmas lights; and Patrick Poutine continues the quest to make poutine Canada's official food.
A transportation officer pulls over an ice-cream truck; the Happy to Help booth covers both official languages; shoppers encounter a very slow cashier; a bylaw officer talks with a homeowner about plans for an above-ground natural-gas pipeline; and a bachelor looks for love in romantic Niagara-on-the-Lake.
A British bachelor looks for love at Wasaga Beach; a tax assessor implements a new tax for using the dog park; an officer visits Toronto homeowners to introduce a multi-color-coded recycling program; a focus group discusses changing the Canadian coat of arms; a fisherman makes friends and enemies at Trout Lake, B.C.
A look at Canada's obsession with hockey; an urban fisherman enlists the help of a passersby; frustrated homeowners visit a booth in Toronto that accepts cash for raccoons; overzealous mountain bikers go for a ride in a B.C. park with their babies strapped to their chests.
A transportation officer oversees a new baby-stroller policy; a bylaw officer polices a kids' playground; a Quebec culture officer informs English-speaking tourists of a new formal-dress code; a tax assessor introduces a grocery sales tax, post-purchase. Also, a tour guide convinces a visitor to take a barrel ride over Niagara Falls.
British bachelor Roland Shaftesbury seeks a Canadian wife; the vintage Dead People's Clothes store p[ems in Kensington Market; the Angry Ranger patrols a park in BC; and Kyle the Theatre Guy sells discount tickets at Toronto's Harbourfront.
A campaign to make poutine the national food of Canada is launched; a transportation officer helps explain confusing parking signs to drivers; a Sasquatch is spotted in Whistler; a bylaw enforcer shares new raccoon-proof garbage cans with homeowners.
Premiere of a hidden-camera series in which a team of comedians in disguise poke fun at things Canadian. First up: a transportation officer tickets a "speeding" skateboarder, and a bylaw enforcer introduces homeowners to the Raccoon Release Program. Also, the Quebec culture officer inspects Ottawa tourists French content and a former president of a little known country opens a food truck.