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Stittsville on Patrol

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Stittsville on Patrol

Year: 2021
Genre: Entertainment

A neighbourhood watch enthusiast tattle-tales and tickets anyone getting in the way of his community and risking the title of “Safest Place in Canada” being taken away.


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Episodes

Episode 1

On the night of a full moon, a grizzly discovery shatters the illusion there’s no crime in town. Simon’s philosophy to ticket every single violation is put to the test.

Episode 2

Simon uses one of Stittsville’s top trees as a spy nest, and re-lives his McIntosh Apple trauma. With the bush situation in Stittsville out of control, Simon sets a trap to catch some violators.

Episode 3

A tour of Ottawa Senator hot-spots leads to a pretty decent camouflage situation to catch a star. Simon goes to great lengths to preserve the legacy of Stittsville's Olympic champion Erica Wiebe.

Episode 4

Unwelcomed erotic art threatens to take down Quitters Coffee if Simon doesn’t crack the case. The virtues of having a green lawn are tested as Simon tries to catch the four legged culprits.

Episode 5

Weak security measures at a residential home force Simon to try an experimental form of safety education. When a routine backyard check leads to a shocking discovery, Simon uses his investigative skills to narrow down suspects.

Episode 6

The most dangerous intersection in town proves too much for Simon to navigate. You don’t make friends with tickets, so Simon contemplates tearing up the badge.

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