BBC.com has drawn a record-breaking Canadian audience of 3.9 million unique users in March, the BBC said this month. The BBC cited data from ComScore that reported a 35 per cent jump in unique users in Canada since February. The BBC attributed the spike to “recent global news events”—a possible reference to unrest in many Arab countries and intervention in Libya. The BBC's March page views were 86 million, up 29 per cent, the news organization said. It reported BBC.com to have more than 65 million worldwide users per year.