Tag: Survey

Competition Bureau finds Canadians with independent ISPs happier with service

The Competition Bureau’s study of competition and consumer habits in Canada’s high-speed Internet industry finds that a growing number of Canadian households are choosing...

40 per cent of podcast listening in Canada is CanCon: Canadian...

While accustomed to living in the cultural shadow of the U.S., Canadians are happy to listen to homegrown podcasts, according to new data released...

Podcast listening fuelled by sharing: Canadian Podcast Listener

With podcasters competing for their share of the audio space in an increasingly crowded landscape (there are now 700,000 podcasts available worldwide), findings from...

CIRA survey finds Canadians concerned fake news could affect federal election...

A survey conducted by the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) indicates that 70 per cent of Canadians are concerned that fake news could affect...

Study finds everyday mobile app usage on the rise in Canada

New research reveals Canadian mobile users are now spending an average of $2,500 annually using apps for everyday tasks from travel to food and grocery delivery. The...

YouTube still audio streaming go-to in Canada, according to MTM

The latest report from the Media Technology Monitor (MTM) indicates that YouTube is still the most popular music streaming service among Anglophone Canadians. While MTM...

Competition Bureau seeking consumer input for Broadband Market Study

Canada's Competition Bureau has launched public consultations to better understand what influences consumer choice when buying internet services. The bureau is asking Canadians to fill...

Trust In News survey finds online leading go-to for news

Canada's first-ever Trust in News survey finds that online news is the leading go-to medium for news audiences, while radio scored top points for...

CRTC launches online survey on telco sales practices

The CRTC has launched an online survey asking Canadians about the sales practices of large telecommunications service providers, like Bell, Rogers and Telus. Canadians have...
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