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Issues: Canadians Now Spend More Time On The Net Than Any Other Media
Canadians now spend more time on the Internet than in front of their television sets or reading newspaper according to survey results released in Calgary by Ipsos Reid. The survey shows 18 hours a week on line compared to less than 17 hours watching TV.Newspapers and magazines take up less than 5 hours of the average Canadian’s week according to the survey while we spend an average of almost nine hours listening to radio.
According to the Globe and Mail newspaper report marks a closing of the gap between a younger generation that has always spent a significant amount of their leisure time on computers and an older generation that used to rely on old media, such as the Globe and Mail.