How Canada’s news market got its start – and the key players in its creation

The Globe and Mail: A look at Canada’s global news market, with an emphasis on its most influential sources.

By the numbers: 1.

Canada’s most influential media site: The Globe & Mail.

In a previous version, this was the Toronto Star.


Canada tops Forbes list of most influential sites: Forbes.

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) ranks the top 10 Canadian newspapers by number of Canadian-language websites and their number of daily readers.


Canada ranks third among G20 nations in the number of websites that reach more than 25 million readers per month: Globe and Week.


Canada leads in the amount of online news and commentary per capita, according to a report from the International Digital News Association (IDNA).


Canada is the most trusted country in the world for global economic stability: The Atlantic Council.


Canada has the second-highest rate of digital literacy in the G20: Pew Research Center.


Canada hosts the most popular online news services and blogs in the Americas: ProPublica, the International Association of Journalists and others.


Canada ranked fourth in the percentage of its population aged 15 to 24 with a computer and the third-highest percentage of Canadians with no formal education.


Canada and Canada’s federal government spend about 10% of their GDP on digital content: Pew.


Canada was ranked second to last on the list of countries with the highest percentage of online media consumers: United States.

This report is based on data from Nielsen, the United States Nielsen Co., Nielsen Canada, Thomson Reuters and others that were collected by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Digital Content Index.