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Throw in the French accent and the wry sense of humour, and Lessard just might be the total package.

Quinlan, who has recently found a girlfriend, has a few quirks, like reciting the lyrics to ‘90s gangsta rap songs, but he doesn’t put it all out there on a first date.Derkson is petite, tanned, toned, with a bright smile: her nails are done, her hair is thick and full.She looks like she’s got a personal groomer on call.Guys have a hard time, too Ron Lee, 36, a marketer who ran a dating coaching service for many years in Vancouver, agrees that it’s tough to make a connection in this city.“Vancouver is the hardest city to date in in North America. In Edmonton, Toronto, Calgary there is a much higher chance that people will come out just to meet you for a coffee, just for the social aspect.I’m not even going to contact you because I’m too ordinary.”Lessard may see himself as ordinary, but he’s got a great dating resume: A stable career that allows him to work from home, a funky casual style, is open to having kids and if you have kids, that’s okay too.

Throw in the French accent and the wry sense of humour, and Lessard just might be the total package. “Some women here have a really unrealistic vision of what a man is supposed to be.

I don’t think it’s fair or accurate to blame the city.

If someone turns you down, just don’t take it personally.

At 46, Radu is tall and graceful with a sweet smile and a sexy rock-chic style. But when it comes to a real, satisfying relationship — lover, boyfriend, partner — there’s a gap. “I’ll talk to anyone, I’ve been online, tried all the websites, I make allowances, too.

Radu has been married once, has no kids, and a career in the entertainment industry that brings her into daily contact with some of music’s biggest artists. I’ve been attracted to people that didn’t fit my ‘type’: maybe someone’s not good on the phone, maybe they’re not good on email, maybe it just wasn’t a good photo. No thanks.”For the last few months, since Vancouver magazine ran the first-names-only article “Do Vancouver Men Suck?

Is it the way the city is spread out and shuts down early, its denizens more likely to rise at dawn to pound up the North Shore mountains on their bikes before work than lie in and roll over for a little good morning sex? Is it seasonal affective disorder, a collective low libido?