Government agency Statistics Canada today released new statistics on the prevalence of migraines in the Canadian household population. In 2010/2011, an estimated 2.7 million Canadians had migraine headaches. Many of them reported that migraine affected their daily life, including work and educational opportunities. The disorder was associated with medication use, pain, depression, difficulty sleeping, and the ability to drive. Specifically related to sleep, migraine limited getting a good night’s sleep for three-quarters of migraineurs (76%).