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  1. Shields M, Tremblay MS. Sedentary behaviour and obesity among Canadian adults. Health Reports (Statistics Canada, Catalogue 82-003) 2008; 19(2): 19-30.

  2. Foster JA, Gore SA, West DS. Altering TV viewing habits: an unexplored strategy for adult obesity intervention? American Journal of Health Behavior 2006; 30(1): 3-14.

  3. Statistics Canada. General Social Survey - Time Use (GSS). Accessed April 1, 2008.

  4. Statistics Canada, Income Statistics Division. CANSIM Table 203-0020 - Survey of Household Spending (SHS), household equipment.  Accessed April 1, 2008.

  5. Béland Y, Dale V, Dufour J, Hamel M. The Canadian Community Health Survey: Building on the Success from the Past. Proceedings of the American Statistical Association Joint Statistical Meetings 2005, Section on Survey Research Methods, August 2005. Minneapolis: American Statistical Association, 2005.

  6. Rao JNK, Wu CFJ, Yue K. Some recent work on resampling methods for complex surveys. Survey Methodology (Statistics Canada, Catalogue 12-001) 1992; 18(2): 209-17.

  7. Rust KF, Rao JNK. Variance estimation for complex surveys using replication techniques. Statistical Methods in Medical Research 1996; 5: 281-310.

  8. Canadian Paediatric Society, Psychosocial Paediatrics Committee. Impact of media use on children and youth. Paediatrics & Child Health 2003; 8: 301-6.

  9. Bryant MJ, Lucove JC, Evenson KR, et al.  Measurement of television viewing in children and adolescents: a systematic review. Obesity Reviews 2007; 8(3): 197-209.