NOW TORONTO - Apr 15 - Toronto's dating professionals are still making matches, and clients learning to adapt. Christina Jay of Preferred Match has seen a marked change in her clients over the past month: "I think singles are getting pretty antsy and those who were initially opposed to a FaceTime date are now open to it, given the circumstances." Celebrity matchmaker and TV personality Carmelia Ray offers video dating introductions, virtual speed dating events through local platform FirstDate, and even a live weekly matchmaking event called Spicy Love she co-hosts with Miami matchmaker Michelle G. Love coach and matchmaker Lee-Anne Galloway is seeing a willingness among singles to expand their previously-restrictive dating parameters: "I do find myself focusing on coaching more – coaching clients to refocus on what's most important to them in a relationship, as this period of isolation is really highlighting their values and true desires." Rebecca Cooper Traynor of Match Me Canada puts it into plain terms: "There's no room for pickiness. When they are looking for love, here's what people should have on their minds: Could they be isolated with this person?"