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If you can’t make a connection during the ride up the Cascade Chair, an Après Ski Mixer in The Lone Pine with a few mixer party games and a live DJ gives you a second chance to find someone intriguing or hit the dance floor with your posse of single pals.

“All the interactions tend to be quite flirtatious.

Having just relocated to Canmore, she was brainstorming ideas for a speed dating event in the area while skiing at Sunshine Village with a friend, co-organizer Jeff Siddle. But on a more practical front, she and Riddle agree that they are looking for a partner who can ski but the reality is, “you can put that in your profile but you may not necessarily ski.” This way Heather can see a potential dates skiing ability in action and test the waters for a spark face-to-face. They loved it and now it’s running for its third consecutive year.

“We were talking about it while in the singles line and it was like, ‘Obvi. The event is simple: buy a ticket and upon arrival receive a necklace that identifies you as either ‘seeking him’ or ‘seeking her’ then head to the lift and get in the corresponding line.

The event is brainchild of Heather Hendrie, a vivacious 30-something working for the City of Calgary, who was herself inspired in a lift line.

“The whole thing started as a joke really,” explains Heather.

And not just because of the glut of choice and hard graft often required for success.

"I started hating everyone on Tinder and what I'd become on there.

But after best friends have found true love and a cluster of awful Tinder dates, I decided to give speed dating a go. Many singles in their 20s and 30s are experimenting with old-school dating methods after one too many mediocre-to-bad online dates, and ‘retro’ ways of meeting people IRL are back with a vengeance, at least in many big UK cities.Speed dating, blind dates, matchmaking services, supper clubs and 'alternative' dating nights are on the up, largely due to our online dating ennui.There is a lot of trust because a lot of people live in the Bow Valley,” plugs Heather, who plans to get some laps in on the speed dating chair herself.“If you are single, you should be there.” With an invite from ‘Hot Heather’ herself, who wouldn’t want to try Lifts of Love?

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