In 2001, Canada’s census revealed that only 8.65 million of Canada’s 29.6 million people claimed to be affiliated with a Protestant denomination.     While 12.9 million claimed affiliation with the Roman Catholic Church, almost 5 million claimed no religious affiliation at all. Others were divided among Christian Orthodox, other Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu and Sikh, among other faith groups.…
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