Canadians are a funny people. Their habits, quirks, and stereotypes are famous worldwide.\nBut these caricature-like exteriors often conceal more complex inner lives. Rarely do we get a glimpse of those intricacies.\nBut thankfully, a recently published list of the most visited websites in Canada offers at least a cursory glance at Canadians' more private habits.\nThese sites can be broken down into five main categories: social media, banking, shopping, news, and, unsurprisingly, pornography.\nThere are, however, some outlier sites — those that offer weather forecasts and government services, for example.\nThe most stereotypical entry is definitely nhl.com.\nALSO READ: Jennifer Lopez Is Finally Coming To Montreal\nTL;DR SimilarWeb has listed the top 50 most visited websites in Canada. They are compiled below.\nThe list comes from SimilarWeb, which, according to its mainpage, is a service that provides "innovative market intelligence solutions" that "empower businesses to make better decisions."\nView the top 50 below:\n50. rbcroyalbank.com\n49. bbc.com\n48. craigslist.org\n47. bestbuy.ca\n46. cibc.com\n45. mircosoftonline.com\n44. bmo.com\n43. cnn.com\n42. walmart.ca\n41. tumblr.com\n40. nhl.com\n39. twitch.tv\n38. ebay.com\n37. scotiabank.com\n36. chaturbate.com\n35. canada.ca\n34. imgur.com\n33. ampproject.org\n32. indeed.com\n31. office.com\n30. pinterest.ca\n29. desjardins.com\n28. bing.com\n27. duckduckgo.com\n26. imdb.com\n25. ebay.ca\n24. cbc.ca\n23. linkedin.com\n22. theweathernetwork.com\n21. xhamster.com\n20. royalbank.com\n19. td.com\n18. amazon.com\n17. msn.com\n16. xnxx.com\n15. xvideos.com\n14. kijiji.ca\n13. netflix.com\n12. instagram.com\n11. twitter.com\n10. wikipedia.org\n9. reddit.com\n8. yahoo.com\n7. pornhub.com\n6. live.com\n5. amazon.ca\n4. google.ca\n3. facebook.com\n2. youtube.com\n1. google.com\nDo any of these surprise you?\nCheck out SimilarWeb for the complete list here!