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"I'm not dating for fun anymore and I don't have time to do it for fun," she said, explaining she's a busy mom and, as Knudson pointed out, vast geographical distances between Saskatchewan's communities make it harder to meet new people she has met online.The closest major centre to Norquay is Yorkton, 100 kilometres south of the town. "So if I find someone I am interested in, then I'm driving an hour, an hour and a half, two hours to have coffee with someone." Online, most people are up-front and honest about not wanting to date someone who lives a great distance away, said Peters.The friends who have been by her side throughout the roller-coaster of divorce are like family to her, and hold her close to Norquay."I have learned to be content in that this is where I am and I'm happy here. And I can put off having a relationship because everything else is going really well here," Peters said."A lot of these tools, when they work, they work really well, but it's not always a successful thing in the sense that a lot of people don't want to move urban to rural," she said, pointing to the trend of urbanization as a challenge for rural dwellers.
"Leaving for that little while, and coming back, suddenly it was, like, ' This is where I was meant to be all along,'" said Kuntz.
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It's a town with a population of less than 500.
After her marriage ended in a divorce that was finalized last year, she's tentatively dipping her toe into the dating pool again.