Among Canadians who stream music, such services are very much a part of daily life, according to the latest Media Technology Monitor (MTM) report. Thursday’s report from MTM, a project of CBC/Radio-Canada, is a companion to the one released last week on broader trends in music streaming habits. In this report, it noted that just over two-thirds of music streaming service listeners “use these services either ‘several times a day’ or ‘once a day or almost every day.’” About 85 per cent of music streamers use Alphabet Inc.’s YouTube to stream music, with 29 per cent using Spotify AB’s service, followed by 24 per cent who listen to Google Play Music, according to MTM. The report also noted that three-quarters of streamers use multiple services. It indicated that 37 per cent of music streamers use two services in a week, with 25 per cent using three, 23 per cent using just one and 13 per cent using four or more. In addition, 74 per cent of those who stream music use their smartphones to do so, MTM said. MTM previously reported that 67 per cent of anglophones stream music. The results of the survey were compiled using phone and follow-up online surveys of 6,308 anglophones completed in the fall of 2015 and spring of 2016, with a margin of error of 1.2 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.