Global News: How much and what Canadian families buy online.
Every neighbourhood type, every region, tends to purchase a similar amount online - what is fascinating is the variation between consumers in each province.
The average Canadian household spends about $2,748 each year on online shopping, according to a new study. released by Environics Analytics and consultancy firm J.C. Williams Group. the study looked at how much Canadian families spend online province-by-province — and what they are most likely to buy.Read the Global News post (opens in a new window)