DemographyMain article: Demographics of British Columbia See also: List of cities in Canada#British Columbia, List of communities in British Columbia, and List of municipalities in British Columbia
|1991 BC %||2001 BC %||2001 Canada %||BC 2001 number|
|No religious affiliation||30.0%||35.1%||16.5%||1,388,300||includes Agnostic, Atheist, Humanist, and No religion, and other responses, such as Darwinism, and so on.|
|Catholic||18.3%||17.2%||43.6%||675,320||includes Roman Catholic, Eastern Catholic .|
|Christian Orthodox||0.7%||0.9%||1.6%||35,655||includes Greek Orthodox, Russian Orthodox|
|Christian n. i. e.||2.7%||5.2%||2.6%||200,345||Includes mostly answers of 'Christian', not otherwise stated|
|Eastern religions||0.3%||0.1%||9,970||includes Baha'i, Eckankar, Jains, Shinto, Taoist, Zoroastrian and Eastern religions, not identified elsewhere|
|Other religions||0.4%||0.2%||16,205||includes Aboriginal spirituality, Pagan, Wicca, Unity – New Thought – Pantheist, Scientology, Rastafarian, New Age, Gnostic,and so on.|
The largest denominations by number of adherents according to the 2001 census were none (atheist, agnostic, and so on.) with 1,388,300 (35.9%); Protestant with 1,213,295 (31.4%); the Roman Catholic Church with 675,320 (17%); the United Church of Canada with 361,840 (9%); and the Anglican Church of Canada with 298,375 (8%).
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