What is the main practiced religion in Canada?
Religion in Canada encompasses a wide range of groups and beliefs. Christianity is the largest religion in Canada, with Roman Catholics having the most adherents. Christians, representing 67.2% of the population in 2011, are followed by people having no religion with 23.9% of the total population. Other faiths include Islam (3.2%), Hindus (1.5%), Sikhs (1.4%), Buddhists (1.1%), and Jews (1.0%).
However, Canada has no official religion, and support for religious pluralism and freedom of religion is an important part of Canada's political culture.
Before the European colonization, a wide diversity of Aboriginal religions and belief systems were largely animistic or shamanistic, including an intense tribal reverence for spirits and nature.