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But there are some strange anomalies to Alberta’s love scene.It should come as no surprise then that Edmonton is full of interesting, dynamic people who wish to make the most out of their city.What may be surprising, however, is just how many of these are part of the Edmonton singles scene – in fact, 43% of residents are without a long-term partner.About a year ago, Shawna Dirksen launched Wundermeet, a matchmaking company in Edmonton. “We had clients who were getting that first date, online or otherwise, who were just unable to get that second or third date, and wondering what was happening,” Dirksen says. “It’s like a personal trainer, only for dating,” she says.
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She says her problem is partly created by a lack of men, and partly by a lack of what she calls “quality.” “I’m sad to say the Alberta Male, who can certainly be kind hearted and good looking, lacks the worldliness and culture I so desire,” she says.