Dating victoria bc british columbia
now if you were to have gone windsurfing in Hood river Oregon or skiing at Jackson Hole Wyoming in the early 80's you may have found 7 or more men for every woman.total bunk, according to StatcanLang=E&Geo1=CSD&Code1=5917034&Geo2=PR&Code2=59&Data=Count&Search Text=vic&Search Type=Begins&Search PR=59&B1=All&Custom=As an aside... I had no idea Victoria was so small, population-wise.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. LMAO Personally, it has never been quantity that matters, I always choose quality.I have not heard that from anybody I know who lives there - I have spend time in Victoria and I would have to say that is a gross exaggeration...Thanks Uomo - so if according to Stats Canada - the male to female ratio is roughly equal in Victoria then who started this goofy rumour?(It is quite widespread) Was it:1) a Victoria man trying to convince his woman to stay with him?So it seems, rumor has it You probably can find an abundance of men at, poker events, pool leagues, any sporting event play-off(Superbowl coming up), UFC night, and/ or their all out golfing or Not that there is anything wrong with that!!! I moved here 2 years ago from Edmonton Alberta and I can pretty much put to bed 3 myths of Victoria MYTH #1 there are more men than women and it is slim pickings for women TRUTH --- While I cannot quote a census , I can tell you that there are plenty of men here alive and kicking in my age group and up and down by 10 years.
Island men are pretty laid back..a bit more square and more than likely out fixing their boat or building a canoe , so you have to go out looking for them MYTH #2 It rains all the time TRUTH ---- We get less than half the rain Vancouver does and our rainfall is actualy very similar to Edmonton Alberta where I moved from.Thank God these emails are not indicative of the vast majority of very fine women living on the Island.What you are probably seeing is that the men on the island have a couple of other things at their disposal to do, other than dating "potentials" who are gonna throw them back anyways. If I was living on the island the last thing I would have in the back of my head would be a significant other, unless of course they could handle some major playtime in the outdoors.Also , I live downtown Victoria and if I cross the bridge into Esquimalt ( naval base ) WOW ...taking a walk in a grocery store there.
Its like land of the men I think that the "amount" of island men who have profiles on POF is much lower than in Vancouver.
And we are not talking a quiet walk around the seawall in Stanely Park here.