Household Internet Use Survey

Unknown, Statistics Canada, Jul 13, 2004
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Margot Chiasson (she's still out there - yay!) summarizes this nicely: The Household Internet Survey results for 2003 were released by Stats Canada on July 8. Use of high speed Internet from home increased from 56% last year to 65% in 2003. An increase is reported in most provinces but the biggest proportional increase is reported in the Atlantic provinces. "The gain in New Brunswick was from 37% to nearly 43%. The third most popular use of the Internet is for searching for medical or health-related information, after e-mail and general browsing. "Almost two-thirds (65%) of households had at least one member who used the Internet to search for medical or health-related information, compared with 61% in 2001."
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