Alright, so if you're in Ontario, you're into "cottaging." Or at least that's what a latest study by Match.com claims.
In a survey of 1,010 Canadian singles (conducted in October), Match.com determined the most-used words used in Canadian dating profiles, per province. You ready for this?
Alberta/Saskatchewan: "Quadding" (four-wheeling — this means four-wheeling)
British Columbia: "Grouse" (as in the mountain)
Manitoba: "Jets" (football, you guys)
New Brunswick: "Francais" (as in, I personally do not speak it)
Newfoundland and Nova Scotia: "Horton's" (I'll give you three guesses)
Northwest Territories: "Career" (I feel you)
Ontario: "Cottaging" (we're a bunch of snobs)
Prince Edward Island: "Harness" (sure!)
Quebec: "Regle" (this is a French word for "settling down")
Yukon: "Folks" (amazing)
So there you have it! You want to attract the citizens of these provinces? Now you have your gateway words. That's all . . . folks. (I am hilarious.)