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Despite popularity, the Internet doesn’t trump traditional media

News | 09/24/2008 8:39 pm EDT

An increasing number of Canadians spend a lot of time online but not at the expense of traditional media, according to a report released today. Specifically, television viewing among Canadians has declined only slightly since 2004, although the decrease has been the same for Internet users and non-users.

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