A young couple breaks into laughter as their wobbly Jenga tower comes crashing down, sending blocks flying in all directions.
At a nearby picnic table, a group of friends in their fifties chat while sipping teas and munching pastries.
A waft of smoke from a man puffing a joint fills the sticky summer air.
Most of the tables are filled for Sunday brunch at this tranquil outdoor cafe located off the main drag of Southwestern Ontario’s busiest beach town – which is best known for booze-fueled benders, bikinis and deep-fried fare.
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