For the past several years, Amazon.ca has ranked Canadian cities according to their "romantic-ness". According to their criteria, these are the top twenty Canadian cities, in descending order:
But notice that I said, "According to their criteria...". Just what are the Amazon.ca criteria for being romantic?
Maybe it's just that the people in the higher-ranked cities aren't getting enough romance in their lives, and they are sublimating by buying these products from Amazon. Maybe those products are not complements to having a romantic life but are substitutes that people buy because they are missing romance in their lives.
It's interesting that Trono, Montreal, and Quebec City don't make the list, nor do any towns or cities in the Maritimes. Myriad explanations, other than romance, seem plausible.