The objective of the 2018 Canadian Internet Use Survey is to measure the impact of digital technologies on the lives of Canadians. Information gathered will help to better understand how individuals use the Internet, including their intensity of use, demand for certain online activities, and interactions online. The resulting data will inform evidence-based policymaking, research, and program development, and provide international comparability regarding the use of digital technologies.
Your information may also be used by Statistics Canada for other statistical and research purposes.
From November 16, 2018 to March 11, 2019
Block Information Confidentiality
Data are collected under the authority of the Statistics Act, Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985, Chapter S-19. Your information will be kept strictly confidential.
Block Information on Record Linkage
To enhance the data from this survey and to reduce the response burden, Statistics Canada may combine the information you provide with data from other surveys or administrative sources.
Block Information on Topics covered in the survey
Topics covered in the survey
The survey asks questions about:
- access to the Internet
- use of the Internet
- use of smartphone
- use of social networking accounts
- use of government online services
- online content consumption
- security, privacy and trust
- digital skills
- online work
- household Internet connection
Block Information on Published data
Statistics Canada publishes the results of its surveys in many formats. To find all the documents related to this survey, follow the links below and type the name of the survey in the search engine located at the left of your screen to filter the results./p>
Data: You will find tables, profiles of a community or region, thematic maps, public use microdata files, and data visualization tools.
Analysis: You will have direct access to Stats in brief (e.g., releases from The Daily, fact sheets), articles and reports, and journals and periodicals.
- Questionnaires, definitions, data sources and methods: survey number 4432