Well I'm in Nepean and I'm about to die from boredom.
awww... oh dear! i totally relate. sometimes i get a bit mental from boredom here.
have you been for a wander round the block yet? have you got a map? do you know where the nearest little 7-11 type store is? i know going out alone is a bit scary, but once you start, it makes a big difference to your confidence and your sanity.
there has got to at least be a mall (browse the amazing canadian fashions!) within bus distance... or a supermarket (check out the veggie food!), a library (check out books and make your bf borrow them for you later), or a video store (watch different stuff on the tv)-if there isn't, there must be somewhere small and relatively pointless that you can walk to and back from, withsomething to look at for a bit when you get there. do you have a digital camera? take it with you and take photos of weird canadian things/people or arty shorts.
are you staying with your boyfriend? ask him (or someone else- even someone at the bus stop, hehehe) how to use the bus- or even get him to take you on a trial run/demonstration of how it works on his next day off. i have mastered using the bus here in brampton (and all the way into missisauga... eeek!!!), and it makes a big difference- i've got so brave now, that i can go to one of about 5 malls, the video store, and the library, all on my own! (don't laugh, its scary stuff for me, wandering around a city in canada on my own, hehehe!). one day, i'm gonna take a bus all the way to toronto, then the underground, then the trams. then i'll work on taking over the world.
have you visited the nepean museum yet? apparently they have an exibition on seeds and jewellery on at the minute. looks kinda sorta possibly more interesting than another day spent watching daytime tv!http://www.nepeanmuseum.on.ca/events.htm
ps: if you go out, take a key, a phone number for your bf or someone else who you know locally, and two 25 cent coins for using in a payphone, incase you get a teeny bit lost and need rescuing. its not likely, but good to be prepared! canadians are very friendly... go mingle amongst them for a bit.