What is The National Religion of Canada?
Canada has No National Religion. Religion was freed in Canada because everybody should be able to practice their own religion no matter where you are from and what religion. In Canada the principal religion is Christianity; as recently as the 1971 census, almost 90 percent of the population claimed adherence. By the 1980s Judaism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Hinduism, Islam, Chinese religions and the Baha’i faith were well represented.