According to the 2011 National Household Survey, the largest religion in Canada was Christianity. About 22.1 million people—or just over two-thirds (67.3%) of the population—reported that they were affiliated with a Christian religion.
What is Canadas national religion?
In Canada the principal religion is Christianity; as recently as the 1971 census, almost 90 per cent of the population claimed adherence.
What is the religion percentage in Canada?
Our most recent survey in Canada, conducted in 2018, found that a slim majority of Canadian adults (55%) say they are Christian, including 29% who are Catholic and 18% who are Protestant. About three-in-ten Canadians say they are either atheist (8%), agnostic (5%) or “nothing in particular” (16%).
Why is Canada so great?
Canada has many nice and clean cities that lead the world in quality of life: Vancouver (1), Toronto (3), Montreal (15). Canada is a peaceful nation and is at peace with many countries. Canada has lots of world-renown Ski Resorts. The Canadian economy is living up to most of its potential of all the G7 nations.