The dominant religion affiliation in this culture religion is Christianity.
Canada is similar to the U.S in that it is a melting pot of culture. Canada is a country without an official religion. The Christian religion is the most practiced religion in Canada, with about 70% of Canada's population practicing different 'forms' of Christianity, including Catholic, Protestant, Christian Orthodox, etc. The next highest percentage of Canada's population has no religious affiliation. The least practiced religions in Canada are "Other Eastern religions," and Sikh.
Religion in the United States is characterized by many diverse religious beliefs. Over a fourth of the United States population considers themselves Christian, and about 20% of the population considers themselves to be Islamic. The two main religions of the United States are Christianity and Islam. The least practiced religions are Sikhism, and Judaism.