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Her university students sometimes talk about dating as work, but as people get older, the demands are even more taxing, said Knudson."If you're a divorcee with kids, and you live rurally and you're trying to meet somebody, you have to balance those family commitments, those work commitments," she said.I tell him he was secretly waiting for me." The two have been married since 1999, proof that romance can be found in small towns, despite the limited dating pool and distance from larger centres.
"There's always lots of opportunities to get involved — not so easy to date." Peters calls dating apps "awful," saying that depending on the app, it seems the men online are either creeps, much older than her, or only interested in having a fling.
"A lot of these tools, when they work, they work really well, but it's not always a successful thing in the sense that a lot of people don't want to move urban to rural," she said, pointing to the trend of urbanization as a challenge for rural dwellers.
Lindsay Peters has lived in Norquay, Sask., for 12 years.
For her, love turned out to be something waiting for her all along in the place that had always been home.
"Leaving for that little while, and coming back, suddenly it was, like, ' This is where I was meant to be all along,'" said Kuntz.