Canadians Still Picking Up Print Newspapers, Says Survey

By: The Canadian Press | The Guardian

TORONTO — Despite the persistent doom and gloom that plagues the newspaper industry, a research group insists that readership numbers really aren’t that bad in Canada.

According to surveys conducted by NADbank (the Newspaper Audience Databank), nearly 80 per cent of Canadians said they pick up a physical newspaper or visit a paper’s website at least once a week and almost half said they do so daily.


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