Canadian teens spend less time online than adults

Canadian teens 13-17 are actually online less than Canadian adults - 13 hours per week as opposed to 19 hours, according to Ipsos Reid. 54% of respondents said their parents place time limits or curfews on their internet time. The internet is of less importance - only 37% agree that using the internet is an [...]

Canadian teens 13-17 are actually online less than Canadian adults - 13 hours per week as opposed to 19 hours, according to Ipsos Reid. 54% of respondents said their parents place time limits or curfews on their internet time. The internet is of less importance - only 37% agree that using the internet is an important part of their day (compared with 51% of adults).

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