Click and Connect: New Study Shows that the Internet Has Re-Defined The Social Interactions Of Canadians, By Helping Start New Relationships.

Almost three-in-ten (28%) Canadian Internet users have made new friends online and many have met in person.

Monday, October 02, 2000

Vancouver, Oct. 2, 2000 - Interpersonal communications has been an integral part of the Internet since day one, but a new Ipsos-Reid study shows that a significant proportion of online Canadians are meeting new acquaintances, and establishing new personal relationships online. In many instances, this has led to meetings in person...

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Click and Connect: New Study Shows that the Internet Has Re-Defined The Social Interactions Of Canadians, By Helping Start New Relationships.

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Ipsos Reid
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