Christianophobia is found all over the world, like in India, above.
Canada is no different. Christianophobia seems to be politically correct and we never hear about the state apparatus punishing people for being Christianophobic, because it's seen as ok by the "Progressive" community, which, despite there being a Christian Prime Minister in Ottawa, continues to predominate the state apparatus and the Big Media, to bash Christians.
"Progressives" like to deny that there's any crisis of Christianophobic bigotry and hatred endemic within the "Progressive" community.
Well, they can be in denial as much as they want, but the observable evidence doesn't lie. We see this stuff all the time.
The latest example of blatant Christianophobic paranoia takes the form of such drivellous libel as spewed by "The Armageddon Factor", which claims that there's something called "Christian Nationalism", even though the rational person will laugh at such nonsense. After all, it's clear that Christians are actually a very persecuted group continuing to fight for their equal rights everywhere in the world, including in Canada.
A couple of criticisms of that book can be seen here and here. Of course, there's many more to be seen all over the Big Media, and no shortage of such criticism by folks who've read the book. Rather than making more people believe scary stuff about Christians and Conservatives, its author will likely only succeed in making people think she's a paranoid nutcase or something like that. After all, she takes popular stereotypes and cliches and blows them up to the bursting point.
(Funny how much more mainstream criticism I find out there for this book than for the explosive new bestseller about Obama's extremist background, "The Manchurian President"... clearly, they're trying not to call too much attention to that book, not criticize it too much, lest they give it free advertising and expose their Messiah to the inconvenient truth, which is fully-endnoted, by the way...)
Just because there's some Christians in government, doesn't mean that Christians are going to take over and Christianize the country. It's absurd and assinine, as well as hateful, to assert otherwise.