A Near Perfect Representation Of Life In Rural Ontario

Todd Brown, Founder and Editor
I am a child of Barrie, a blue collar bedroom town north of Toronto mostly notable for the fact that people drive through it on their way to their cottages farther north in the Muskokas. It is not a place often (if ever) described as a cultural hub. Over the years my mailing addresses boasted such locales as Painswick, Minesing, and Shanty Bay while my high school was a feeder for the bustling metropoli of Angus, Stroud, Ivy, Utopia and other mid-Ontario farm communities. And let me tell you, the minds behind Letterkenny Problems have got it exactly, hysterically right.

Very, very, very much recommended for fans of The Trailer Park Boys and the like. Watch the first episode below.
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