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Kelowna Listed as One of the Most Romantic Cities in Canada

It is a beautiful city, and according to Amazon.ca, it is full of romance as well.

Kelowna has made Amazon.ca list of the Most Romantic Cities in Canada for 2015.

Kelowna came in in twelfth place and was one of seven B.C. cities listed.

British Columbia held more spots on the list than any other Canadian city, showing the West Coast is the place to be when it comes to love.

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The data comes from Amazon.ca and is based on purchases that include romance novels and relationship books (Kindle books and print books), romantic comedies, romantic music and sexual wellness products.

Kelowna was listed as one of the top Canadian cities when it came to purchasing romance novels and relationship books.

The most popular print book and Kindle book across Canada was E.L James’ 50 Shades of Grey as Told by Christian.

According to Amazon.ca, the top romantic purchase of 2015 in Canada didn’t come in the form of a book or song. It was a pair of 18K white gold stud earrings.

Victoria claimed top spot as the most romantic city in Canada, followed by North Vancouver and Waterloo, Ontario.

Other B.C. cities on the list included Vancouver, Nanaimo, Langley and Kamloops.

The complete list of the Most Romantic Cities in Canada is below.

1. Victoria, British Columbia

11. Lethbridge, Alberta

2. North Vancouver, B.C.

12. Kelowna, British Columbia

3. Waterloo, Ontario

13. Regina, Saskatchewan

4. Vancouver, B.C.

14. Red Deer, Alberta

5. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

15. Nanaimo, British Columbia

6. Calgary, Alberta

16. Winnipeg, Manitoba

7. Kingston, Ontario

17. London, Ontario

8. Guelph, Ontario

18. Langley, British Columbia

9. Oakville, Ontario

19. Kitchener, Ontario

10. Edmonton, Alberta

20. Kamloops, British Columbia




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