This is e-commerce data for Canada. You can find the poulation, internet users, internet penetration here as well as the localised domain extension, official language and other statistics to help build an overall picture of the general online economics of Canada.
HTC made the first Canadian e-commerce application for Readers Digest in 1996. By 2000 worldwide online sales were at an estimated $20 billion annually and Canada was one of the biggest adopters.
In 2012 online sales had risen to an estimated $15 billion for the whole of Canada. With an average disposable income per household of $82,800 Canada is an affluent country and has the resources to continue expanding.
Canadian online shoppers purchase 60% of their goods from sellers based outside of Canada. Canada is an obvious area of expansion for English speaking sellers, especially those in the United States as there is little cost involved in selling.
It is estimated that by 2018 the total e-commerce market will be worth around $43 billion.
For a list of references of all the data on Canada please visit the Global Statisitics page.