Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Canadians spend the most time online

Did you know Canada.. according to a new study by comScore Inc. and being reported by many news sources - Canadians spend more time online than any other country.

ComScore reports around 68 per cent of Canadians routinely access the net compared to 62 per cent in France to just 59 per cent of Americans. So with an average of 43.5 hours per month, the new study finds nobody spends more time online than Canadians.

What's everybody doing? Well according to Google in Canada, YouTube per capita consumption of video is No. 1 in the world! Also, around 51 per cent of Canadians have Facebook accounts. While Twitter is not quite as popular Canadian female Twitter users are more active than male Twitter users. Canadians also love Wikipedia - the average Canadian reading 16 pages a month, which is the most in the world. We also love our eReaders supporting Canadian company - Kobo.

Where else do you think Canadians are spending their time online?

Source: comScore, Globe & Mail,, 660 News


  1. Keeping up with the internet has become a full time job.

  2. That's for sure, especially with social media.


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