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Canadians using the Internet more, sleeping, reading, viewing less: StatsCan

News | 04/05/2001 4:00 am EDT

Canadians are using the Internet more than ever, and there’s evidence it’s changing the way they spend their days, according to a new study by Statistics Canada. Changing our ways: Why and how Canadians use the Internet reveals that people are using the Internet one to seven hours a week , and since heading online, have been watching less TV, reading fewer books and even sleeping less.

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