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

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

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

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

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

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

- Leger and Le Journal de Montréal, Debate on secularism, September 2019.

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

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

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