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The Globe and Mail has learned that at least one of the complaints Mr.

Yet what might surprise you is the gender of the majority of Dirksen’s date-coaching customers: female.

Alberta has great economic indicators to fuel a thriving love industry– the highest per-capita disposable income in Canada, at $38,761 (with a lot of those disposable incomes earned by young, single men).

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.

“I have yet to find a man here that appreciates femininity in a way that benefits both romantic partners.” A recent BMO study found that Albertans spend an average of $24,360 on a wedding, compared to $8,500 in Quebec.

Cloran responded to her – and is proud of the artistic director and the Citadel board of directors for the initiatives they have launched.

“There are a few other theatres that could take this example as a way to really show what restorative justices really means,” she said.

Still, why would women need those services if there are plenty of men to choose from? For men, “The attitude seems to be that if they can just meet more women, everything will work out.

It’s about volume for them.” “I find it hard to meet men in Edmonton,” says Jill, a single woman in her mid-30s.

According to Statistics Canada’s 2011 national census, ­single men in their 20s outnumber single women of a similar age.

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