canadian internet project


A partner in the World Internet Project, the Canadian Internet Project conducts periodic representative national surveys of Internet use, conventional media use, and audience attitudes. The surveys explore the reported behaviour and attitudes of Internet users and non-users; investigate the economic, cultural, and social implications of the Internet in Canada; and incorporate data from WIP for international comparisons. WIP is a collaborative project, with research teams in more than 30 countries, using a set of 85 common variables for cross-national comparison. Its latest survey, Canada Online! The Internet, Media and Emerging Technologies, offers insights into both new and conventional media use in Canada and the social, economic and cultural impact the Internet is having on Canadians.

For more information, please visit the CIP website.


Canada Online! The Internet, Media and Emerging Technologies (2008)

Canada Online! Behaviour, Attitudes and Trends (2004)



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