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ID #:   39269904
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Description:   Survey of BBQing in Canada. % report the male is the primary griller in the household, % of 19-24 year olds say they do not do any barbecuing, % enjoy cocking pizza on the BBQ, % report they entertain family and friends in their home ten times a year on average, % use the grill for dinner

% prefer grilling in the summer, % grill year-round, % say they fire up the grill at least once a week, % admit they will fire up the barbecue when the temperature dips below zero, % report BBQing on Birthdays, Canada Day

 
Publication Date:   5/4/2010
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/5/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39262175
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Description:   % of Canadians say they are not aware of the different grades of stainless steel used for outdoor grills (barbecues), % feel it is important, % own a gas grill, % own a natural gas grill, % own a charcoal grill, Top reason for barbecuing, % grill year-round, despite the weather, Top BBQ occasions

% report grilling more vegetables than they did a year ago, Top three foods grilled most frequently by Canadians, Most popular hamburger topping,

% of Canadians expect to inherit a barbecue from their spouse, % of grill owners report that if they were to include their grill in their will, it would be left to their spouse or partner.

% of Canadians view their barbecue as just another cooking appliance, % are likely to find themselves lusting after their neighbour's grill, % of households where the man is the primary griller, % of men vs. women brag that they are better than average, % of Canadians have ever registered for a barbecue on their wedding registry, % have given a grill as a wedding present

% of Canadians who prefer grilling outdoors to cooking inside, % barbecue beef burgers, veggie burgers, patties made from a combination of meats, turkey, Profile of those who grill veggie burgers (gender, age group, province, marital status)

% have never smoke-cooked anything on the grill, % would like to try, % fire up the barbecue a few times a week, % daily (by gender), % older than 55 report that they only use their barbecues on special occasions

% of Canadians have grilled lunch, % have grilled breakfast, % neither, % report that they would like to take a grilling class, % admit to winging it and do not use recipes while barbecuing at all, % use of the internet as a resource for grilling recipes.

 
Publication Date:   5/8/2006
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   12/2/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268441
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Description:   Survey of barbequing (BBQ) habits. Includes: Most popular occasion to BBQ, % of Canadians said they prefer outdoor cooking to cooking indoors, % report they grill year-round, Top reason given for barbecuing.

Most popular foods enjoyed by Canadian grillers - % reported steak, chicken pieces, hamburgers, salmon, lamb chops.

% indicated they plan to take a summer staycation (home-based vacation), Of those, % said they plan to use their outdoor grill more this summer than in the past, % intend to try new grilling recipes and/or new foods on the grill, % plan to host more barbecues than previously.

% of Canadians own full-size grills, % fire up the grill at least once a week, % report hosting at least two barbecue parties last summer, % report they barbecue for lunch.

 
Publication Date:   6/2/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/3/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268228
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Description:   Summer vacation intentions (2009) - % of Canadians plan to take a summer staycation [staying home] and/or a staycation plus one smaller traditional vacation, % had yet to decide on vacation plans.

Main reasons given for taking a staycation this year - % said: Save money, To take part in the many interesting or fun things to do nearby, High cost of gas [gasoline prices], Want to get home-based projects done during time off work.

Of those choosing to stay close to home for their annual holiday, % say they plan to use their outdoor grill more than in the past, % of staycationers intend to try new grilling recipes and/or new foods on the grill, % plan to host more barbecues than previously.

% of those planning stay-at-home vacations say they will purchase a new grill

% have an outdoor room, % plan to use the outdoor space as much as they did last year, Top reasons for using an outdoor room.

% of Canadians grill with gas, % own a liquid propane barbecue, % use natural gas, % own a charcoal grill, % of households have a male primary griller. [barbequing (BBQ)]

 
Publication Date:   4/15/2009
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Posted/Updated:   4/16/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   6335
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Description:   Percentage of households reporting a purchase and average expenditure per households on Air conditioners, Gas barbecues, Washers and dryers, Vacuum cleaners, Sewing machines
 
Publication Date:   12/18/2009
Frequency:   Annual
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Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   12/22/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   6352
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Description:   Percentage of households reporting a purchase and average expenditure per households on Power tools and equipment, Power lawn, garden and snow removal equipment, Gas barbecues
 
Publication Date:   12/18/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   12/22/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39267045
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Description:   Poll on barbecuing [BBQ]. Includes: Do you currently own a barbecue or outdoor grill? In terms of your skill level at barbecuing, how would you classify yourself? Do you feel obligated to invite your neighbours over when you host a barbecue? In your view, should the host or hostess work the grill exclusively at a barbecue? What is your favourite food to barbecue?
 
Publication Date:   8/8/2008
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Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   8/13/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39266503
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Description:   % of Canadians report barbecuing hamburgers, chicken, steak, Most popular item BBQed, Most popular seafood items grilled (salmon, tuna, trout, shrimp)

% of Canadian grillers make their own homemade barbecue sauce, % use a national brand, % like to use dry rubs to season their meats on the grill, % are grilling more vegetables

% of households where men are the primary griller, Top three reasons why people barbecue.

 
Publication Date:   4/30/2008
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/4/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39266306
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Description:   Survey of barbeque habits. Includes: % of Canadians enjoy using their barbecue year-round, % note they are grilling more often than before, % of Canadians will fire up the barbecue at least once a week during grilling season

% are interested in a searing zone feature on their BBQ, Preferred choice of colour for a potential new grill

% of Canadians own a liquid propane barbecue vs. charcoal grill, % prefer the taste of food off a charcoal grill even though they own a gas barbecue, % have a natural gas barbecue, Most popular barbecue food item

% own at least one grilling cookbook , % say they actually obtain recipes from them, % turn to the Internet for recipes

% of Canadians have heard about tailgating parties, Most popular tailgate party occasions (football games, picnics, hockey games, baseball games)

% of Canadians shop around when buying a new grill, % will conduct research on the Internet, % will rely on advice from family and friends, % feel a good grill should last for up to 10 years, % % have purchased or have considered purchasing a barbecue for a gift, % have bought a grill as a wedding gift. [barbeques, barbequing]

 
Publication Date:   4/7/2008
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   4/8/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39264667
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Description:   % of Canadians will be spending the Canada Day long weekend: camping, swimming , fishing (recreational), sunbathing and barbecuing
 
Publication Date:   6/27/2007
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Posted/Updated:   6/28/2007
 
 
 
ID #:   39264467
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Description:   Favourite grilling gadgets: % of Canadians report: tongs, barbecue spatula, grill brush, % would give a BBQ as a gift to their father, to their mother. [barbecues]
 
Publication Date:   5/23/2007
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Posted/Updated:   5/29/2007
 
 
 
ID #:   39263014
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Description:   % of Canadians have heard of the term tailgating, % know the correct definition, % of Canadians have actually participated in a tailgating party, % of those who participated, used a barbecue. [tailgate party] [football]

Stats Link Canada ID# 39265342.

 
Publication Date:   9/26/2006
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Posted/Updated:   9/27/2006
 
 
 
ID #:   39262213
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Description:   % of Canadians said in April 2006 that they had already begun planning: their summer vacations, their summer home projects that include gardening and landscaping, their home renovations for the summer

% of Canadians surveyed have given thought to preparing their home fire escape plan or a home fire drill, % say they plan for the potential fire hazards of fireworks, % plan for safety when barbecuing, % have said they have developed a fire escape plan in the past year, % practiced a home fire drill once last year, % changed the batteries in their smoke alarm every six months, % have removed the batteries from their smoke alarms to silence the alarm or to use in other devices, such as a TV remote control or toys. [fire safety]

 
Publication Date:   5/10/2006
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Posted/Updated:   5/13/2006
 
 
 
ID #:   39262152
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Description:   % of Canadian households have a food thermometer, % use them while barbecuing hamburgers, % of those with limited cooking experience use a thermometer when barbecuing vs. those with extensive cooking experience, % of women vs. men. [BBQ]
 
Publication Date:   5/4/2006
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Posted/Updated:   5/5/2006
 
 
 
ID #:   39261097
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Description:   Market share of Chinese made barbecues in Canada (2001 vs. 2005), # of Chinese made barbecues sold in Canada in 2002 and 2004.
 
Publication Date:   12/17/2005
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Posted/Updated:   12/19/2005
 
 
 
ID #:   621
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Description:   Barbecue Survey: preferred fuel source (gas, charcoal), outdoor cooking by gender, % that cut into the meat to check for doneness, % who use a thermometer
 
Publication Date:   5/15/2002
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/4/2005
 
 
 
ID #:   14716
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Description:   What is your FAVORITE way to enjoy Baileys Irish Cream in the summer time? (over ice, in/with coffee, on ice cream, part of a cocktail, don't drink Baileys)

Which of the following is CLOSEST to your idea of playful indulgence in the summertime? (Walking along the beach in bare feet, Leaving work early for an afternoon of fun, Eating a great big banana split, Enjoying a nice glass of Baileys over ice with friends), Which of the following would be your PREFERRED way to spend a playful evening with friends and family this summer? (Whoop it up at a backyard barbecue, Enjoy drinks on a patio, Have an elegant sit-down dinner at home, Step out to a nice restaurant,

In total, how often do you plan on getting together with friends and family this summer?, For which of the following will you bring your family and friends together this summer? (For casual gatherings over the course of the summer, For a Wedding/Anniversary or birthday celebration, For a family reunion, For a High School/University Reunion), Which of the following sounds MOST appealing for a sensuous evening with someone special? (Create an intimate evening picnic dinner for two, Head down to the beach for a night of cuddling and stargazing, Draw a luxurious bubble bath with candles and soft music, Send the roommates, kids and family members out for the night)

Results by age, gender, income, education, region.

 
Publication Date:   7/19/2004
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Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   7/28/2004
 
 
 
ID #:   14426
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Description:   Most popular holiday/celebration for using the barbeque. % of Canadians who use a full-size grill, % use a portable grill, % that have smoke cooked, perceptions of personal grilling ability, % of Canadians think it is very important to own an outdoor grill to use in case of emergencies, top item cooked on the BBQ, most popular hamburger topping, % sneak-a-peek under the lid at various times during grilling, % have grilled at below freezing, % of Canadians would spend between $100 - $499 for a grill, between $500 - $999, over $1000. % hosted five or more barbecues this past summer.
 
Publication Date:   6/15/2004
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Posted/Updated:   6/16/2004
 
 
 
ID #:   13892
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Description:   Survey of what Canadians would do with an extra $10,000. (Home improvements, Vacations, Down payment on new home, savings account), Most popular home improvement projects (gourmet, state-of-the-art kitchen, backyard deck and barbecue patio, landscaping the garden), Greatest influences on purchasing a new home (big backyard, state-of-the art kitchen, storage and closet space)
 
Publication Date:   3/25/2004
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Geography:   Canada, limited provincial highlights
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/26/2004
 
 
 
ID #:   12418
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Description:   Barbecue survey. % owning only one or two barbecues in their lifetime, % of Canadians that own propane barbecue, natural gas, charcoal, location of BBQ (deck, patio, grass, balcony), grilling tool most relied on (fork, spatula, thermometer, tongs), % of grill owners wear aprons with funny sayings, price range Canadians would pay for a grill, frequency of cooking on the BBQ
 
Publication Date:   6/16/2003
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Posted/Updated:   7/30/2003
 
 
 
ID #:   10638
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Description:   How Canadians rate their barbecuing skills, % who grill year-round, % who lift the lid to check, % said they have run out of fuel mid-barbecue, % Canadians hosted barbecues last summer
 
Publication Date:   5/16/2003
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Posted/Updated:   5/22/2003
 
 
 
ID #:   10619
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Description:   Poll on Barbecuing. When does season start, % owning a barbeque, bulk of meals during summer cooked inside or outside, who barbecues in your household man or woman, who barbeques better (man or woman), secret to great barbecue
 
Publication Date:   5/15/2003
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Geography:   Canada, Provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   5/20/2003
 
 
 
ID #:   10866
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Description:   Most popular items grilled on barbecue, % who grill main course only, most popular hamburger toppings, favourite beverage with grilled items. Some regional and age group highlights.
 
Publication Date:   6/2/2003
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Posted/Updated:   3/6/2003
 
 
 

 

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