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Vancouver Shakedown: Single in the city, 200 dates later
A friend of mine named Ashley moved to the city a little more than two years ago, and she can tell you all about it. Ashley is 37 and has a great job. She lives right in the heart of Kits and is very health-conscious, active and loves being outside. She sounds like the perfect Vancouverite, right? Get this: since arriving in Vancouver in September , Ashley has been on more than two-hundred dates. That number includes one-timers and follow-ups with guys that showed potential. None of them worked out.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Hi Seniors I would deeply grateful if you could advice me on this matter: Im a middle Eastern female working in IT , moving to Canada as a new immigrant by the end of Jan, I was hoping to land in Vancouver and start a new life new job, new relationship, new friends.. I honestly don't know much about IT work but it's my understanding that there's more demand for IT professionals in Toronto than there is in Vancouver. Yes, Vancouver men are somewhat more guarded and serious minded than Toronto men.
But how would your prospects stack up in other cities across the country? Dating Beyond Borders took to the streets of Montreal and Toronto to gain some insightful stories and opinions on this topic. After seeing their video , I decided to conduct some of my own interviews with friends from Vancouver to compare dating culture across the three cities. The host begins her interviews in Montreal, where the most popular anecdote was that men and women seem more approachable, and easier to talk to in Montreal than in Toronto.