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Toronto Ranked One Of The Best Cities In The World For Finding Love

Toronto: the city of love? A study by online dating company Coffee Meets Bagel included Toronto in its list of best cities around the world for dating.

The study analyzed dating trends around the world to determine which cities offered men and women the best chance at finding love. Toronto landed a decent spot on the ranking, sitting at fourth place for women and fifth place for men.

Toronto was also found to be the third most adventurous city, with 65% of men and 20% of women claiming that they were willing to have sex on the first date.

The top spots were claimed by Hong Kong (for men) and Sydney (for women), with New York, London and San Francisco also holding spots in the ranking:

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