Saskatchewan dating singles
Living in a small town in Saskatchewan, Norm Kuntz had given up on finding a romantic partner, when he reconnected with his high school sweetheart, Kelly. (Submitted by Kelly Kuntz) Fast-forwarding 20 years, some things have changed, including technology and the advent of dating apps.
These apps can be a "double-edged sword" for people living in small towns, according to University of Saskatchewan professor Sarah Knudson.
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It wasn't a place blooming with eligible singles, but Kuntz ended up reconnecting with her high school sweetheart.
Not everybody is built to spend their evenings trawling bars and social clubs in search of partner.
"He gave up on that — finding love in a small town.
I tell him he was secretly waiting for me." The two have been married since 1999, proof that romance can be found in small towns, despite the limited dating pool and distance from larger centres.
Couples living in small towns used to find love at community dances, among other social events.
Now, these traditional ways of meeting have ceded room to online dating, with mixed results.