Immigrants to Canada are significantly more religious and more open to public religious expression than non-immigrant Canadians. By JOHANNA LEWIS Introduction Canada prides itself on being a country that welcomes immigrants. When asked what makes their country distinctive, many Canadians point to the diversity that comes from people from all
For the first time since 2019, Canadians across the religious spectrum are celebrating the opportunity to give thanks and pray in person without public health restrictions during the April “Holy Week”. While this period generally refers to the period of time between Palm Sunday and Easter in the Christian tradition,
A new study finds that Canada's religious landscape has undergone significant changes in recent decades, including a decline in religious affiliation and a decrease in participation in individual and group religious activities. The study "Religiosity in Canada and its evolution from 1985 to 2019 [https://www150.statcan.