IPad Exports from the U.S: Where to all the IPads go?

June 12, 2014

This infographic provides information about where the top places in the world are that consume IPads. It also provides statistics for the percentage of sales abroad for the IPad. Source


Canadian Provincial Taxes

May 6, 2014

This graphic shows the amount of tax charged in each province of Canada and breaks it down by GST, PST and HST. Provided by iGlobal Exports Source


Structure of Canada’s Private Sector

February 28, 2014

This report was seen as a required synopsis of issues facing Canadian innovators; it gives a high-level overview of the current state of Canadian innovation. Analysis from the 2011 National Angel Summit presented some implications for small business and the role of SMEs (Small to Medium Enterprises) in Canadian R&D. Source


Alberta’s Rainbow Pipeline Completely Shut Down

February 9, 2014

The 770-kilometre Rainbow pipeline, which carries 187,000 barrels of crude oil per day from Northwest Territories and nothwestern Alberta to refineries near Edmonton, is completely shut down. Source


Mobile Platform Snapshot

January 15, 2014

The mobile landscape is changing. Smartphones are outselling feature-phones in Canada and other parts of the world. Globally, four major smartphone platforms emerge to dominate the smartphone landscape. Source


Oil from Canada

January 1, 2014

One recently completed Keystone pipeline carries high-pollutant tar sands oil from Alberta to Oklahoma and Illinois. A companion pipeline, the Keystone XL, would extend to Gulf Coast refineries in Texas. Source


Mobile Banking in Canada and the Cashless Future

November 23, 2013

This infographic shows that many people are now using mobile banking apps on their smartphone which is replacing wallets and the use of cash. It shows how people are using their phones to make purchases and the future of mobile banking.

Facebook Usage In Canada

Facebook Usage In Canada

September 15, 2013

Canada is one of the biggest users of Facebook in the world. Canadians have more friends on Facebook per average than any other country. This infographic breaks down Facebook usage in Canada my region.

The Social Election Experiment

The Social Election Experiment

August 31, 2013

Do Facebook Likes = Real World Votes? People love predicting who is going to win an election. Sometimes it’s the scientific approach of public opinion polling or friends and neighbors coming together to express their views in a local pizza poll. During the 2011 Canadian Federal Election, the teams at Optimum PR and Dare Labs […]

So Many Ways to Die

So Many Ways to Die

May 24, 2013

The National Post’s graphics team takes another look at what was killing Canadians in 2008. Cancer has become the leading cause of death in every province in Canada for the first time, according to newly released data. Source

We Live on Social Media

We Live on Social Media

May 5, 2013

This infographic provides statistical data on Canadians and social media. It also provides information on how corporations are using social media and what kind of return they get for the cost of using social media tools.

Permanent Residents from Philippines (Canada)

Permanent Residents from Philippines (Canada)

April 25, 2013

This infographic charts the number of permanent Canadian immigrant residents from the Phillipines by category, source country, and destination. Most immigrants came from China and India to Ontario to be live-in caregivers. Source