Why use statistics?
Statistics can help scholars and researchers to describe and identify:
Topical guide to census tables and reports from Statistics Canada's historical Canada Year Book collection
Data are available for various levels of geography and include percentage change (1991-2001) and median age, along with religion by immigrant status and period of immigration. Updated every 10 years.
Find the latest information on religion from Statistics Canada, including publications and articles, and data tables.
Statistics Canada's guide to summary tables, publications and daily news on religion in Canada
A report from the Summer 2006 Edition of Canadian Social Trends
LifeWay Research LifeWay is an evangelical publisher that conducts surveys on topics related to religion in Canada, North America and the World
Adherents.com is a growing collection of over 43,870 adherent statistics and religious geography citations.
The Association of Religion Data Archives (ARDA) strives to democratize access to the best data on religion. This site contains statistics on American and International religious communities.
The Barna Group offers a range of research resources on American religious life that serves churches, non-profits, businesses and community leaders.
Statistics Canada's guide to international statistical organizations (i.e. United Nations, etc.)
Statistics Canada's guide to national statistics offices from around the world.