PG missed this on Valentine’s Day.
From Amazon Media Relations:
Fort McMurray, Alberta – technically the largest unincorporated “city” in the province – has plenty to brag about heading into Valentine’s Day, because it snagged the top spot on Amazon Canada’s list of Most Romantic Cities. For the last seven years, Victoria, British Columbia held the top spot, but this year that all changed. Fort McMurray climbs to No. 1 from its previous No.3 standing to show that there’s some competition for its western neighbour.
The eleventh annual ranking was compiled by comparing sales data from January 1, 2019 to January 1, 2020 on a per capita basis in cities with more than 20,000 residents. The data looks at purchases of romance novels (both print and Kindle editions), romantic comedies, relationship books, jewellery and sexual wellness products.
This year, the Top 20 Most Romantic Cities in Canada are:
- Fort McMurray, Alberta
- Toronto, Ontario (new)
- Yellowknife, Northwest Territories (new)
- Bonnyville, Alberta (new)
- North York, Ontario (new)
- Ottawa, Ontario (new)
- Grande Prairie, Alberta
- Burlington, Ontario
- Kelowna, British Columbia
- Victoria, British Columbia
- Whitehorse, Yukon
- Calgary, Alberta (new)
- Quesnel, British Columbia (new)
- Cranbrook, British Columbia (new)
- Edmonton, Alberta (new)
- Pembroke, Ontario (new)
- Campbell River, British Columbia (new)
- Prince George, British Columbia (new)
- Kingston, Ontario (new)
- Revelstoke, British Columbia (new)
Link to the rest at Amazon Media Relations
One of the many things for which PG is not qualified to opine is Romantic Cities in Canada or almost anywhere else.