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Country or AreaYearValue 
Canada201487.12 
Canada201385.8 
Canada2012831
Canada201183 
Canada201080.32
Canada200980.33
Canada200876.74
Canada200773.23
Canada200672.45
Canada200571.663
Canada200465.95596346489896
Canada200364.26
Canada200261.59329926819526
Canada200160.26
Canada200051.36
Canada199936.1864400395459 
Canada199824.897400303091 
Canada199715.0723573635834 
Canada19966.76023965049561 
Canada19954.16352525273622 
Canada19942.37869385300003 
Canada19931.18455750906509 
Canada19920.915981040178909 
Canada19910.570385926326173 
Canada19900.360999700586848 

Footnotes

1 - Residents of Canada 16 years of age or older excluding: Residents of the Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut, Inmates of Institutions, Persons living on Indian Reserves, and Full time members of the Canadian Forces.
2 - Population age 16+. Survey was redesigned, therefore comparison with previous years should not be done.
3 - Population age 16+.
4 - Estimate based on Survey's results 2007 and 2009. Population age 16+.
5 - Estimated based on Survey's results 2005 and 2007. Population age 16+.
6 - Survey result, scope age unknown.
Source

World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators Database

Source:  International Telecommunications Union

ITU's World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators Database is the main source of global, and internationally comparable, telecommunication/ICT statistics. It includes time series for more than 140 indicators and around 200 economies. The data are collected directly from telecommunication regulatory agencies and/or ministries and national statistical offices by means of an annual questionnaire, and subsequently verified, harmonized and complemented by ITU.

The data are disseminated online, via CD Rom and through numerous ITU publications, including the Yearbook of Statistics and the Measuring the Information Society Report. The statistics are used to track and benchmark the Information Society, to monitor the digital divide and to identify market potential and investment opportunities. They are an indispensable tool for policy makers in the area of ICT for development.

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Last update in UNdata: 29 Jan 2016
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