Is LaSalle the most romantic city in Quebec? Amazon Canada sure thinks so

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LaSalle, a borough southwest of downtown Montreal, has been named the second most romantic metropolis within the nice white north, in response to Amazon Canada.

It was the one place in Quebec to make the checklist.

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The borough, with a inhabitants of about 77,000, was overwhelmed solely by Victoria, B.C., which took the highest cease for the seventh yr in a row.

It’s the 10th time Amazon Canada has ranked the nation’s largest cities, evaluating gross sales information from Jan. 1, 2018, to Jan. 1, 2019.

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The information checked out a number of standards, together with how many individuals purchased romance novels (each print and Kindle editions), with The All Souls Trilogy by Deborah Harkness topping the checklist.

It additionally surveyed romantic comedies — Fairly Girl, starring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts, was the highest vendor for the second yr in a row — in addition to relationship books, jewellery and sexual wellness merchandise.

Different cities that made the reduce: Fort McMurray, Alta., got here in third, North Vancouver, B.C., at quantity 4, whereas Spruce Grove, Alta., took the fifth spot.

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First timers to the checklist embrace Bowmanville, Ont., Aurora, Ont., and Port Coquitlam, B.C.

High 20 most romantic cities in Canada in 2018:

Victoria, B.C.LaSalle, Que.Fort McMurray, Alta.North Vancouver, B.C.Spruce Grove, Alta.Whitehorse, Yuk.Kelowna, B.C.Sherwood Park, Alta.Courtenay, B.C.Bowmanville, Ont.Grande Prairie, Alta.Airdrie, Alta.Waterloo, Ont.Oakville, Ont.Vancouver, B.C.Langley, B.C.Burlington, Ont.North Bay, Ont.Aurora, Ont.Port Coquitlam, B.C.

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