Faith in the Public Square? A comprehensive study of the segments of Canadian society

Public Faith Proponents more likely to be younger, more educated, than those who voice Opposition November 23, 2018 – The appropriateness of faith in the public square is often a source of debate in Canada. There are pockets of Canadian

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Religious Freedom in Canada: Perspectives from First and Second-Generation Canadians

Study compares Canadians opinions on faith, values and enduring societal questions September 13, 2018 –  Canada’s religious landscape has shifted in recent decades, as its composition has grown more diverse with each decade. New permanent residents are increasingly likely to

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Faith and Immigration: New Canadians rely on religious communities for material, spiritual support

New study shows immigrants are most likely to see a significant role for faith in the public square July 9, 2018 –  It is arguably one of the most challenging life transitions people can experience: leaving your home country for

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Funding religious schools: the majority of Canadians say at least some public dollars should be provided

Fewer would provide funding on par with what public schools receive, however. December 14, 2017 – Should religiously affiliated schools receive taxpayer dollars? And if so, what amount, and under what circumstances? This ongoing debate in Canadian education – one

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Faith and Religion in Public Life: Canadians deeply divided over the role of faith in the public square

Key drivers of division are the religion in question, as well as one’s own personal beliefs November 16, 2017 – From the earliest days of human civilization, spiritual practices have been an integral part of daily life in many societies.

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Canada at 150: Religion seen to have played a positive role in local communities, less so on the national stage

At the national level, the damaging legacy of residential schools lingers June 29, 2017 – Though the religions of the world are massive, globe-spanning umbrellas for people of faith, the bulk of people’s interactions with religion – their own and

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