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Four in Ten (41%) Albertans Plan to Reduce Their Holiday Gift Spending This Year as Most (84%) Say Economic Downturn is to Blame

Thursday, December 01, 2016

Toronto, ON – Four in ten (41%) Albertans intend to spend less (19% a lot/22% somewhat less) on gifts this holiday season, compared to just 11% who intend to spend more (2% a lot/8% somewhat more), according to a new Ipsos poll... 


Three in Four (73%) Online Shoppers Plan to Buy from Canadian Online Retailers This Holiday Season

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Toronto, ON – Nearly three in four online shoppers (73%) say they plan to buy gifts from Canadian online retailers this holiday season, according to a new Ipsos poll for PayPal. When it comes to online gift-hunting, buying Canadian...


American, British and Canadian Children Spend 72% of Their Daily Content-Watching Time on a Streaming Source

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Toronto, ON – Kids today are going mobile and on-demand when it comes to viewing content, according to a new global survey by Ipsos for DHX Media. The survey, which polled 2,700 parents of kids aged 12 and under in Canada, the...


Many (79%) Canadians are Having Trouble Coming Up with New Holiday Gift Ideas

Friday, November 25, 2016

Toronto, ON – With the holiday season just around the corner, finding that perfect gift for someone can be a difficult task. Eight in ten (79%) Canadians ‘agree’ (29% strongly/50% somewhat) that it’s hard to come up with new ideas...

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Over Half (55%) of Online Canadians Use Their Mobile Device to Comparison Shop While In-Store
Over Half (55%) of Online Canadians Use Their Mobile Device to Comparison Shop While In-Store

Almost Half (45%) of Canadians Consider Themselves Loyal to Brands that Support Good Causes
Almost Half (45%) of Canadians Consider Themselves Loyal to Brands that Support Good Causes

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