They say you know in minutes if you are attracted to someone.
The more you get out there and socialize in new circles, the greater your chances of meeting the one!
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Laura’s expert knowledge of dating etiquette, relationships, and human behaviour form the base of her experience.
She has hosted over twelve hundred speed dating/mixer events, coached hundreds of men and women into dating gurus, and she has proudly played matchmaker for countless love-seeking singles.
In 2009, Laura was the co-host of Rogers Television show “Dating 201”.
She currently hosts the TV Talk Show "Single in the City" on Rogers TV.
Tune in every Thursday night at 10pm or you can catch up on the episodes on this website or by visiting Rogers Be on the lookout for Laura's book release “Single in the City” in Dec 2016.
Hamilton  is a port city in Ontario with a population around 505,000.
It is situated at the westernmost end of Lake Ontario—the city wraps around the lake and continues towards the Niagara Escarpment, referred to by locals as "the mountain." Conceived by George Hamilton when he purchased the Durand farm shortly after the War of 1812, Hamilton has become the centre of a densely populated and industrialized region at the west end of Lake Ontario known as the Golden Horseshoe.
Formerly, the city limits of Hamilton were bounded by approximately Horning Road in the west and Centennial Parkway in the east, but a continuous urban or suburban area had grown around the city, in the towns of Dundas, Ancaster, Stoney Creek and the community of Greensville in the town of Flamborough.
On January 1, 2001 the new City of Hamilton was formed through amalgamation of the former City with the constituent towns of the Hamilton-Wentworth Regional Municipality.
In addition to the aforementioned communities, the city also includes the community of Waterdown, which is located closer to Burlington than it is to the urban portion of Hamilton. Since 1981, the metropolitan area has been listed as the ninth largest in Canada and the third largest in Ontario.