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Two-in-three Canadians view Pope Francis favourably

About as many Britons as Canadians view the Pope favourably, more Americans positive about Francis February 5, 2015 – From being nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize to participating in Google Hangouts, Pope Francis has earned the favourable opinion of

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Angus Reid speaks with Lorna Dueck about religion in Canada

Our Chairman Angus Reid joined Context with Lorna Dueck to discuss our wide-ranging study on Faith in Canada.

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For majority of Canadians, Christmas’ importance lies in time with family, a break from everyday life and time for reflection

Significant number – more than half – say religious aspect of Christmas still comes first December 22, 2014 – As Canadians prepare to join loved ones over the Christmas season, they do so as residents of a multidenominational and multicultural

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“Christmas” or “Holiday Season”? Canadians embrace the traditional option

While majorities in French and English Canada choose “Christmas” when asked what they prefer to call December 25th, Quebecers are more split.

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Canadians view non-Christian religions with uncertainty, dislike

Last of three national surveys about values and religion in Canada shows English and French Canadians most favourable towards Christianity, least favourable towards Islam. Favourability of all religions is down since 2009.

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