Maptour Page 4
Maptour: Religious Adherence, 1891-1961
The Saskatchewan Patchwork
- Click on the "More Maps" drop-down menu and select
“ Saskatchewan, 1921.”
- Under LAYER CONTROLS turn on, in succession, the checkboxes
for "1st most common religion," "2nd most common religion" and
"3rd most common religion" and watch the changes in the map.
- Greek Orthodox Christians have a deep presence in eastern Saskatchewan,
in the Canora and Yorkton region.
- Anglicans may be described as a "diffuse minority" throughout the province.
- The religious landscapes of Saskatchewan and Québec in 1921
could hardly have been more different.
- The immigrant histories of Québec and Saskatchewan must
likewise display strong contrasts.