Survey identifies pockets of resilience against isolation and loneliness in Canadian society.
Canadian willingness to debate and laugh about matters of faith rises with religiosity.
New study finds younger and more educated Canadians value religious freedom more highly.
New research suggests immigrants will help fill Canadian churches, mosques, and temples.
New public opinion study finds 1st generation immigrants part ways with push for more secular society.
Angus Reid Institute examines the role of religious faith in Canada over the last 150 years.
People with the strongest religious faith are generally happier, more generous, and more engaged in their communities
Cardus comments on aspects of new Angus Reid Institute poll to be released at Ottawa multi-faith event.