How many people live in Canada ?

What is the percentage of varities religious people of Canada ?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    At the current rate, the population of Canada is set to hit 32, 950, 734 by July 1st 2007.

    1991 2001 % change

    (in numbers)

    Number % Number %

    Christian 81 77

    - Catholic 12,203,625 45.2 12,936,905 43.6 +4.8

    - Christian Orthodox 387,395 1.4 479,620 1.6 +23.8

    - Total Other Christian 9,427,675 34.9 8,654,850 29.2 -8.2

    - United Church of Canada 3,093,120 11.3 2,839,125 9.5 -8.2

    - Anglican Church of Canada 2,188,110 8.0 2,035,495 6.8 -7.0

    - Baptist 663,360 2.4 729,475 2.4 +10.0

    - Lutheran 636,205 2.3 606,590 2.0 -4.7

    - Presbyterian 636,295 2.3 409,830 1.4 -35.6

    - Pentecostal 436,435 1.6 369,475 1.2 -15.3

    - Mennonite 207,970 0.8 191,465 0.6 -7.9

    - Jehovah's Witnesses 168,375 0.6 154,745 0.5 -8.1

    - Methodist 83,910 0.3 106,545 0.4 +27.0

    - Mormon 100,770 0.4 104,750 0.3 +3.9

    - Salvation Army 112,345 0.4 87,785 0.3 -21.9

    - Christian Reformed Church in North America 84,685 0.3 76,665 0.3 -9.5

    - Christian and Missionary Alliance 59,365 0.2 66,280 0.2 +11.9

    - Adventists 52,365 0.2 62,875 0.2 +20.1

    - Christian, not included elsewhere¹ 353,040 1.3 780,450 2.6 +121.1

    No religion 3,397,000 12.6 4,900,095 16.5 +44.2

    Other

    - Muslim 253,265 0.9 579,640 2.0 +128.9

    - Jewish 318,185 1.2 329,995 1.1 +3.7

    - Buddhist 163,415 0.6 300,345 1.0 +83.8

    - Hindu 157,015 0.6 297,200 1.0 +89.3

    - Sikh 147,440 0.5 278,410 0.9 +88.8

    ¹ Includes persons who report only “Christian”, only "Protestant", and those in denominations less than 60,000

    * For comparability purposes, 1991 data are presented according to 2001 boundaries.

    Sources:

    * Overview

    * 2001 Census

    * 1991 Census

    * 2001 Census - religion by province

    Notes:

    * Catholic includes Roman Catholic, Eastern Catholic, Polish National Catholic Church, and Old Catholic

    * Other Religions also includes Bahá'í, Eckankar, Jainism, Shinto, Taoism, Zoroastrianism, Aboriginal belief systems, Neo-Paganism, Wicca, Unity - New Thought - Pantheist, Scientology, Rastafari movement, New Age, Gnostic, Satanism, et cetera

    * No Religion includes Atheism, Agnosticism, Humanism, Darwinism, et cetera

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  • 4 years ago

    i'm getting that question continuously. after I tell human beings i'm from Canada (even as travelling) they ask what its like residing in an igloo, and utilising a dogs sled. because, once you hit the 40 9th parallel, it starts snowing.

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