Craig's simple, maple-leaf-shaped heart is still in Toronto with his mom, Santana. As he launders spunk from the hotel sheets, he longs for a soulmate, and his cat Chloe.
Trevor works tirelessly to perfect his music and climb the corporate ladder of laundry. His girl Candise supports him, but he pines for the approval of his father, Mayor Bob.
Ulrichi's from Wankstrasse, Germany...or she's an Estonian spy. Nobody knows, even her. She's only certain about her favourite nail-polish colour: “Russian Navy.”
Marcus hit it big when he became a radio announcer at Mountain Magic FM. It’s a dream job: the respect, the power, the women…mainly the women.
Candise grew up dancing barefoot on the shores of Lake Winnipeg. She never dreamt of managing a dive bar. Life isn’t fair, and neither is she. Even to her sweetheart, Trevor.
Santana raised her baby boy Craig just like the love-child of the 60’s that she was. When he needs rescuing, she senses it and hitches the first truck West out of Toronto.
Rebecca's life is Bylaw enforcement, and roller derby. Deep under her flak jacket, a lonely heart beats longingly for a handsome and staunch supporter of town bylaws.
Bob is more dedicated to Canmoretown than to his own son. If he doesn't protect feral rabbits and unaffordable housing from the thrifty working class, who will?
Max hates the dust of Canmoretown on his Italian loafers. He's doing all he can to stand on Mayor Bob's shoulders, until Candise unbalances him and his 5-year plan.
Glenn loves plumbing, but he'd rather be drinking on his deck in the rapidly disappearing trailer park. It's a lot of work being Mayor Bob's minion...a lot of work.