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ID #: 726
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Description: Statistics on ABM (Automatic Banking Machine) and IDP (Interac Direct Payment). Users, Volumes, Average transaction, Direct Payment Volumes by retail sector Number of Direct Payment Terminals, Interac direct payment merchants, International comparisons, Debit card fraud ($ lost, Cardholders reimbursed).
Publication Date: 1/1/2010
Frequency: Annual
Location Type: Online
Geography: Canada, provinces
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Posted/Updated: 3/2/2010
ID #: 709
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Description: Statistics from the banking sector. Covers: ABM transactions, ATMs in Canada, Bank employment statistics, Bank financial results - Annual, Bank financial results - Quarterly, Bank rankings

Charitable Donations, Credit card statistics, Fast stats, Mortgages in arrears, Tax statistics, Transactions by delivery channel (ATM (deposits, withdrawls, transfers, bill payments), Online banking / Internet banking (Bill payments [Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment (EBPP)], Transfers), Debit cards, Telephone banking (Bill payments, Transfers)

Publication Date: 5/28/2009
Frequency: Quarterly, Annual
Location Type: Online
Geography: Canada
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Posted/Updated: 5/28/2009
ID #: 39267189
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Description: List of daily life comforts Canadians refuse to give up no matter the cost - % refuse to give up Internet connection, Cable TV, Cell phone.

To save money each month, % of Canadians are willing to sacrifice: Buying magazines, music, DVDs and videogames, Movies, Eating out, % of Canadians say they drive less now than they did a couple of months ago due to gasoline prices, % of Canadians use their bank's ABM "only when it is convenient" or use any bank ABM machines "regardless of whether it is (their) bank's or not. [budgeting]

Publication Date: 9/15/2008
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Location Type: Online
Geography: Canada
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Posted/Updated: 9/18/2008
ID #: 39266357
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Description: Poll of Canadians on what they are most angry about paying for: ABM fees (Bank machine fees), Parking, Dental care and vision care, Tips at restaurants, Public transit.

Results by age group, gender, income, province.

Publication Date: 4/10/2008
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Location Type: Online
Geography: Canada, provinces
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Posted/Updated: 4/14/2008
ID #: 39259943
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Description: Data covers 2002-2006. Includes: Value of bank notes issued by denomination, Payment card functions and accepting devices (e.g. # of ATMs with cash dispensing function, value of transactions, # of networks), Indicators of the use of payment instruments and terminals by non-banks: value of transactions (Credit transfers (paper and non-paper-based, Direct debits, Card payments with cards issued in the country (credit cards), Cheques), Transactions per type of terminal (Cash transactions - ABM withdrawals, deposits, POS payment transactions

Participation in selected interbank funds transfer systems (Large Value Transfer System (LVTS), Automated Clearing Settlement System (ACSS), Payments processed by selected interbank funds transfer systems: volume of transactions

Participation in SWIFT by domestic institutions, Market capitalisation of listed companies, Value of securities held on accounts at CSDs, Number of delivery instructions processed

Also international comparisons: # of ATMs per million inhabitants, Ave value per transaction, # of POS terminals, Ave value per transaction, # of accepting terminals, # of electronic money cards, Use of cashless payment instruments. (e.g. cheques, debit cards, credit cards)

Publication Date: 3/1/2008
Frequency: Annual
Location Type: Online
Geography: Canada, selected countries
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Posted/Updated: 4/9/2008
ID #: 39265903
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Description: Ten questions to gauge Canadians' spending and saving behaviour (burn rate). Results by under 50 and over 50 age brackets.

Have you gone shopping and/or bought things to make yourself feel better?, Have you spent money in your account near the end of a pay period, because you knew you were about to get paid again? Have you hidden purchases from family or friends, or told someone you paid less for something than you actually did? Have you bought things you wanted, without considering the longer-term impact of the cost on your personal finances? Have you entertained family or friends at home or at a restaurant, more than you could afford?

Have you used your credit card to buy something, when you didn't have enough money in your bank account to pay for it? Have you avoided looking at your bank account or balance (i.e. getting an ABM receipt) because you were concerned about how much money you've spent? Have you regularly bought things on the spur of the moment? Have you focused on spending for today ahead of creating a budget or financial plan for the future?

Publication Date: 2/7/2008
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Location Type: Online
Geography: Canada
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Posted/Updated: 2/9/2008
ID #: 39264680
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Description: Study on the financial services sector in Toronto and how its impact on the local economy compares to the financial services sectors in other U.S. cities as well as Montreal & Vancouver . Includes: Relative importance of the financial services cluster (employment/location quotient), Average Toronto Venture Capital (VC) deal, Distribution of educational attainment, Finance and Insurance, employed workers 25-64, Total ICT investment per worker by industry in Canada and the United States

Canadian household financial assets vs. U.S. (Deposits, Life insurance and pension reserves, Securities, Mutual Funds) (1992,1997, 2001, 2005)

Strategy differentiation among local banks in Canada versus the United States, 2005: Net interest margin, % of Loans net of allowance for credit losses (Allowance for credit losses, Credit Card, Residential mortgages), % of Total Assets at year-end (Trading account, Securities Foreign assets, Loans), % of Total Liabilities at year-end (Deposits, Trading liabilities), Branch network measures (Deposits per ABM (millions), Deposits per branch (millions), ATMs per branch, Total assets at year-end per employee (millions), % of Total revenue from retail banking and small business)

Publication Date: 6/22/2007
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Location Type: Online
Geography: Canada, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Selected U.S. cities
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Posted/Updated: 7/2/2007
ID #: 39263961
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Description: % of Canadians reported visiting a branch in the month prior to the survey (Fall 2006), % reported using an online banking service (vs. 2005), % reported using a bank machine - ABM (vs. 2005), % of cash withdrawals made at a bank machine.
Publication Date: 2/13/2007
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Geography: Canada
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Posted/Updated: 2/15/2007
ID #: 39265536
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Description: Statistics on Interac direct payment in Canada (debit payment). Includes: IDP Merchants, IDP Terminals, IDP Users, IDP Transactions, Total Transactions, Transactions, Merchants, Terminals, $ Value, Users, Volumes by Retail Sector

# of Debit Terminals, # of Debit Transactions, ABM Cash Transactions, # of ATMs

Publication Date: 1/1/2007
Frequency: Annual
Location Type: Online
Geography: Canada, provinces
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Posted/Updated: 12/9/2007
ID #: 39261201
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Description: % of physicians say hand hygiene is the key to minimizing germ exposure, % believe Canadians wash their hands enough

% of Canadians consider hand hygiene as part of their routine to ward off sickness, % suffered through at least one to three colds last year, Worst germ transfer points according to Canadians (% report door handles, public toilet seats, ABM machines, computer keyboards)

% of Canadians get the flu virus each year, got the flu shot in 2003. [vaccination]

According to U.S. data: % of adults do NOT wash their hands after using the toilet, % do NOT wash or sanitize after changing a baby's diaper, % wash or sanitize after handling our pets or cleaning up after them, % wash after handling money.

Publication Date: 1/11/2006
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Location Type: Online
Geography: Canada
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Posted/Updated: 1/12/2006
ID #: 39259632
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Description: In the past month, which of the following have you used to conduct a banking transaction, excluding just simply withdrawing cash? (Traditional Bank, ABM / ATM, Online Banking, Telephone banking with automated service, Telephone banking with a live person, Bank branch in a grocery store.)

Includes a comparison to 2000 and 2002.

Publication Date: 11/30/2004
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Location Type: Online
Geography: Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal
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Posted/Updated: 1/18/2005
ID #: 8795
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Description: % of Canadians who bank by Internet, by telephone, visiting bank branches, using ABM (bank machines), e-mail money transfer, online trading, investing, electronic bill presentment services, paying bills
Publication Date: 1/22/2003
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Geography: Canada
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Posted/Updated: 4/25/2006
ID #: 7871
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Description: Quick facts & numbers: % of Canadians who use the Internet for the majority of their banking transactions, % who do some banking online, ABM use in Canada
Publication Date: 11/16/2002
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Location Type: Offline
Geography: Canada
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ID #: 10658
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Description: Includes: Use of Cell Phones, ABM Bank Machines, Cable TV, Internet by Age (Person with and without disabilities)
Publication Date: 1/1/2002
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Location Type: Online
Geography: Canada
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Posted/Updated: 5/22/2003
ID #: 710
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Description: Overview of the white label ABM market in Canada
Publication Date: 11/19/2001
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Location Type: Offline
Geography: Canada
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ID #: 3695
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Description: Includes % of population that use Internet, Computer, Cell Phone, ABM by urban & rural area, Internet users by selected socio-economic characteristics, Internet activity (banking, shopping, health, news)
Publication Date: 3/1/2001
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Location Type: Online
Geography: Canada, some provincial detail
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