Canadian dating culture
" and take pains to differentiate themselves from citizens of the United States.Regional Differences Atlantic Canada (includes the Maritimes -- Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island -- and Newfoundland): Primarily of British descent, the residents of the less prosperous Atlantic provinces of eastern Canada are generally more reserved, stolid, provincial and old-fashioned.
Quebec (and other areas of Francophone Canada): French Canadians, and especially the Qubcois (or citizens of Quebec, pronounced "keh-beck-wah") have a very strong sense of cultural identity and are very nationalistic.
Newfoundland is unique, with a dialect and culture that draws comparisons with the Irish and the people of western England.
Ontario: Residents of Canada's most populous province -- the country's economic, political and cultural colossus -- are generally thought of as more business-like and conservative than other Canadians.
all I will say is the crap that we see in the dating scene thats spreading around the world comes SOLELY from the USA. amy trend like ghosting and cushioning and other crap like that.there is no such thing as exclusivity talks here and there is no multi dating a male the ones who are reaping the benefit are men. the desperately sell themselves with tons of pictures, write exactly what a man wants to hear. that a man would be cheating on his wife with as many women as possible.
Nowhere that marriages are treated as "open" as long as everyone maintains the polite fiction that they're not.
I think it's just some people are insecure about how desirable they are romantically, and rather than really open up and face their fear, they want to enjoy romance in a one-sided manner the same way they enjoy a movie, but knowing (at least subconsciously) that romance involves emotional investment and vulnerability, they play this game where they open up when it's advantageous and then cut off the relationship when they get too vulnerable and invested so they can't be hurt.