I've noticed that too. I think it's partially due to the fact that Canadians like to say that they're Canadian, and partially due to Canada's high percentage of internet penetration."Where are you from" polls have been done on SAS a few times and we always get an oddly large number of Canadians like 20%, which doesn't make sense in terms of population.
I don't know. Are there actually Americans under the age of ancient who aren't online? I decided I really needed to get online 11 years ago when even my salsa had a website. Everything here in the US says visit us at www.whatever.com -- if you don't have web access it's like you're cut off from the world. It's almost like being in 1960 and not having a phone yet.I've noticed that too. I think it's partially due to the fact that Canadians like to say that they're Canadian, and partially due to Canada's high percentage of internet penetration.
It's a parked domain, it's not a website.Edit: shocking that whatever.com actually exists when I just used it as a hypothetical.
Yeah, plus maybe they get less exercise due to the weather, and less sunlight as well? I had to leave Seattle after 5 years because the weather really got to me - I missed sunlight.Canadians, along with all the americans from Ohio and Michigan, are here because the weather is so bad they can't go outside. It may or may not lead to more SA, but it certainly leads to more computer time.