Now Or Never

I did it for love

Despite how the sappy songs and cheesy movies make it seem, finding love and holding onto it takes work. Meet people who are putting in overtime in the name of love.
What happens when you ask people to slow dance in the middle of a food court? Listen to this week's show to find out! (CBC / Trevor Dineen)
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Despite how the sappy songs and cheesy movies make it seem, finding love and holding on to it takes work. Today on Now or Never, we're meeting people who are putting in overtime in the name of love.

Trying to find a date in Whitehorse has Lori Fox going pretty far for love — literally driving hundreds of kilometres for a Tinder match.

Kevin Harding is determined to learn Cantonese to better connect with his girlfriend, Alex Tse, and her family. But does he have the courage to call up her grandmother and ask her a question? 

After a hard break-up destroyed her confidence, Gabriella Goutam is determined to no longer let her battle with body image hold her back from looking for love. Now or Never helps her get over her fears with the help of blogger and body confidence advocate, Aisha Fairclough.

Armed with roses and a romantic playlist, Trevor and Ify try to create romance for unsuspecting couples in a Winnipeg food court. 

And as Eddie Gajdel says, "any good contract should be revisited on a regular basis". Eddie and Djanka Gajdel have had three weddings in their 35 years of marriage, and are planning number four. They walk us through each of their weddings, and the ups and downs of married life, one song at a time.