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Religion and faith in Canada today: strong belief, ambivalence and rejection define our views

Largest group puts itself in the “mushy middle” on religion, ranks of those embracing faith are shrinking. March 26, 2015 – A comprehensive and in-depth new public opinion poll on Canadian views towards religious belief, faith and multi-faith issues from

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Three-quarters of Canadians don’t completely dismiss the possibility of life after death

Two-in-five say they believe life goes on in some way after we die. January 28, 2015 – Life after death may be regarded as an esoteric subject, but three-quarters of Canadians (77%) don’t dismiss that it could be a possibility.

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Prayer in Canadian Public Life: a Nation Divided

Secularist views reign on SCOC public prayer ban; but few want to remove “God” from O Canada June 8, 2015 – The recent Supreme Court of Canada ruling regarding prayer at public meetings has touched off a national debate over

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The People’s Pope: Francis’ first-year focus on the poor impresses Catholics, Non-Catholics alike

UK, US & Canada survey shows North Americans most enthused about plain-speaking Pontiff, Britons less so

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It’s “Christmas”, not just a “Holiday Season” in the US, UK and Canada

Christmas uniquely brings whole nations together for family and religious reasons

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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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