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Of course, many of them have closed for many different reasons, but I would say a giant reason would be online dating,” says Casselman, now a Toronto-based realtor. and Queens Quay E., signalled the end of Toronto’s super-club era.
“I think Tinder is taking everyone by storm.”Tinder is a swipe-based app people can use to quickly scan potential matches in their area.
Toronto nightclub the Guvernment held its final concert last month before it was shuttered, signalling the end of the super-club era in Toronto.
Businesses from bathhouses to matchmaking services must evolve to survive in the digital dating world.
“Online dating is more popular than meeting in a bar or meeting through your church or temple,” notes Julie Spira, a Los Angeles-based online dating expert.
It’s now a .2-billion industry, she says, and it’s expected to grow thanks to the rise of smartphones and social media, which help people stay constantly connected to their digital dating realm.“The average user is on two, if not three, dating sites,” Spira says.
In 2012, she tried online dating — and never looked back. “You don’t have to go out and buy drinks all the time, (or) a new outfit.” Duncan is definitely not alone in switching strategies, forgoing traditional dating methods for the online route thanks to its efficiency and lower cost.