Every two years the Canadian Internet Project provides another glimpse into online habits. The report released Wednesday indicates unsurprisingly a strong growth in broadband and in social networks (one in four aged 18-29 visit social network sites daily).
But there are a few eyebrow-raisers:
1. More than half of those surveyed over 60 are using social networks. or posting photos.
2. Traditional media is in some decline, but not necessarily because of the rise in new media.
3. English Canadians are using the Internet much more than French Canadians.
The project's full report is available here.
One of the stronger reports on the report comes from Newslab.ca.