Thanks to a global study we know how Canadians spend their time on a daily basis as well as what we do during that precious time up in the north. \nData was collected from daily activities surveys over several years from all over the world, and released by Our World In Data in December 2020. \nEditor's Choice: Canada’s Top Remote Jobs For 2021 Were Revealed & Social Media Skills Are Essential\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nSleep, work, eat, leisure – at a high level most of us spend time on similar activities.\n\n\nOur World In Data\n\n\nHow do you say “work is for losers” in Italian? 🇮🇹 source: @OurWorldInData pic.twitter.com/qFlpyfFoZv— Gerald Butts 🇨🇦 😷🖐🧼🤚 (@gmbutts) February 9, 2021\n\nIn the information, it was revealed that Canadians spend an average of 269 minutes a day doing paid work which translates to nearly four hours and 30 minutes, according to Unit Converter.\nCanadians apparently don't play when it comes to some good shut-eye too, that's because we sleep for around eight hours and 40 minutes daily. \nPeople of the north also reportedly spend about two hours and 20 minutes a day doing housework and shopping. \nSince the data was collected before the COVID-19 pandemic, they found that Canadians spent about 53 minutes a day seeing friends.\nWe also apparently also spend on average 65 minutes a day eating and drinking, 116 minutes on other leisure and 52 minutes a day on personal care.