|Religious adherence :
Settled area within census divisions are coloured according to religious adherence following the legend pictured at left. Where the adherence to a given religion accounts for less than 10% of the population in a given census division, the area is symbolized as having "no significant" religion.
In order to view the three most common religions across the country, click on each of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd most common religions layers listed below.
|The three layers shown here (1st, 2nd and 3rd most common religion) can be viewed individually by clicking on their respective checkboxes. Turning one layer on, will turn the others off so that you can view only one of the rankings at a time. "Most common" is based on the number of adherents per religion by census division as recorded in the census records for 1921.|
|Province labels can be turned on and off by clicking the check box beside this layer.|
|Modern geography ( current provincial and territorial boundaries, as well as selected cities) is available for reference.|
|CENSUS DIVISIONS: Top 3 religions is always the active layer. Use the tools below to get data about the three most common religions by census division.|
Identify: Click anywhere within a census division to get the name of that census division.
|Table: Click or drag a rectangle to select any of the census divisions. A table pops up showing: the name of the province or city, the numbers of people of various ethnic origins, and the total number of people. See Table Fields below.|
|Province||Name of province where the census division is located|
|Census division||Name of census division|
|Total pop'n||Total population of the census division|
|1st, 2nd, 3rd Religion||The name of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd most common religion in 1921 in that census division|
|1st, 2nd, 3rd Number||The total population adhering to the corresponding religion in 1921 in that census division|
|1st, 2nd, 3rd Percent||The percent of the total population adhering to the corresponding religion in 1921 in that census division|
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