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Which Canadian city has the most sugar daddies?

If you're looking for a sugar daddy, then it's time to book a trip to picturesque, and apparently naughty, Victoria.

The B.C. capital has topped a survey of which Canadian cities boast the most sugar daddies. The survey was conducted by SeekingArrangement.com, a site that connects men who have cash to burn with women "seeking mutually beneficial relationships."

Based on a survey of 2,000 male members, no pun intended, the site ranked cities according to the number of men who report having more than seven sexual partners a year.

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Victoria came out on top, with 78 per cent. Ottawa and Edmonton followed closely in second and third spots, wtih 75 per cent and 74 per cent, respectively. The top 10 was rounded out by Toronto (71 per cent), Vancouver (69 per cent), Saint John (68 per cent), Montreal (67 per cent), Saskatoon (65 per cent), Quebec City (62 per cent) and Regina (60 per cent).

While we can only guess at the dismay among Regina's sugar daddy community for their low showing, it's safe to say they probably have other things on their minds.

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