[quote=buzzcut]In the 1971 census, 1% of people said they had no religion. By the 2001 census, it was 16%. In British Columbia now, 35% of people say they have no religion.
Increase in those reporting “No religion”
Who are the “no religion” people? What does this development tell us? And should we be concerned?
Yah, the trend is following, noting that I DO live in BC, and I attend these schools. However, those who are religious do take it to heart; living in Surrey, there are a majority of wonderful Sikhs and Muslims, and at my high school prior to this one, choice amount of Christians.
Of course, from those two high schools, I have only met 2 people who are strongly Catholic and are fully faithful to Rome (even Catholic teachers seem to be lukewarm in their faith).