Kelowna singles have Canada’s 5th highest libidos

Vancouver took the ultimate honours, with singles from the city revealing themselves to have Canada’s biggest libidos

  • Jul. 11, 2015 3:00 p.m.

Libido

A new study of 40,000 Canadians has revealed that, out of the whole country, Kelowna’s singles are among the most eager for sex, while Quebec’s singles are left out in the cold.

The study, which was carried out by dating site EliteSingles, asked a random, anonymous sample of members how much they agreed with the question; “I have a strong desire for sex.”

Perhaps it’s something to do with the (bump and) grind of big city life, perhaps there’s just something in Beaver Lake, but Vancouver took out the ultimate honours, with singles from the city revealing themselves to have Canada’s biggest libidos

However, singles from Kelowna also did well, beating off competition to claim a spot in the top 5, alongside singles from Sault Sainte Marie (2nd), Toronto (3rd) and Ottawa (4th). And the top 10 included singles from Grande Prairie, Brandon and Fredericton,  proving that it isn’t always the size of the city that counts.

Where to find Canada’s most amorous singles:

1.  Vancouver

2.  Sault Sainte Marie

3.  Toronto

4. Ottawa

5.  Kelowna

6.  Windsor

7.  Grande Prairie

8.  Brandon

9.  Fredericton

10. Halifax

Of course, where there are winners there must always be losers and when it comes to sex the story is no different. What is unusual however, is that all of Canada’s least amorous cities are, without expectation, in Quebec. French may well be the language of love but it is most certainly NOT the language of lust!

Where to find Canada’s LEAST amorous singles:

5. Matane

4. Montmagny

3. Joliette

2. Montreal

1. Shawinigan

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