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This article was published 3/7/2019 (609 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
In Winnipeg-based Barney Morin’s first ever 45-minute stand-up comedy show, audience members are taken on a trip across Canada to embrace its vast and colourful stereotypes. And yes, there was a Celine Dion reference.
When finally landing on this beloved prairie province, Morin called out the great Manitoban social. Morin’s dynamic and energetic show also touched on current issues such as treaties, marijuana and Quebec’s new secularism law.
While the use of audio visuals aided in the delivery of the jokes, some bits ran too long. Although the content had a Canadian focus, Morin often avoided or skipped jokes altogether that were alluded to in the program description. Tightening up the content would be sure to leave audience members with belly laughs.