Religious Adherence, 1891-1961


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Canada’s religious heritage has been overwhelmingly Christian. Zealous, well-intentioned missionaries – mainly Catholic and Anglican – virtually annihilated native forms of worship. In French-speaking regions Roman Catholicism dominates; elsewhere the denominational mix echoes wide cultural diversity. Non-Christian religions are redefining this pattern in the 21st century, particularly in the cities. More 

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