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 Angus Reid Institute. Religious Canadians praying for return to in-person worship, but won’t forsake online services in future, avril 2021.

 Reginald W. Bibby. Life After Death Anything but a Dead Topic. Project Canada 2020 Press Release #9. mars 2021.

 Environics Institute for Survey Research. Canadian public opinion about immigration and refugees. Final Report. octobre 2020.

 Angus Reid Institute, Holy Week at Home : Canadians of Faith turn to prayer and tech as Covid-19 disrupts Easter and other celebrations, avril 2020.

 Angus Reid Institute, Canadian voters’ sensitivity to party stances on social values shows CPC [Conservative Party of Canada] has room to move to the centre, février 2020.

 Leger et Le Journal de Montréal, Debate on secularism, septembre 2019.

 Jack Jedwab. Definitely … Maybe … No Way: Do Canadians Believe in God? Association for Canadian Studies, juillet 2019.

 Angus Reid Institute, In Canada, Christmas traditions change as fewer people see religion as the reason for the season, décembre 2019.

 The Association for Canadian Studies and the Quebec Community Groups Network, Restrictions on Religious Signs in Quebec on the Basis of Linguistic Identification, mai 2019.

 Pew Research Center, Young adults around the world are less religious by several measures (includes results on Canada), juin 2018.

 Beyer Peter, Cummins Alyshea, Craig Scott, Singamsetty Manvitha, Cultural and religious identity among 18 to 45 year-olds in Canada: A Survey. Summary and selected findings, Ottawa: Religion and Diversity Project, 2017.

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