I've created an atheist page for the circumpolar region (Yukon, NWT, Nunavut, Nunavik) of Canada called Northern Free Thinkers. We up North have lifestyles which are quite different from mainland Canada along the USA Border. Vast stores of natural resources and untouched land, very low population density and high percentages of First Nations populations.
Interestingly, Yukon scores as the least religiously affiliated area of Canada, but unaffiliated people aren't necessarily atheists or even agnostics. There is a lot of "spirituality" and homeophathy and 'alternative' medicines up here, due both to the First Nations component, and to people fleeing mainstream culture to live at the edge. NWT, Nunavut and Nunavik all have very high religiosity indexes. Yukon is distinct in this regard, but the rest of our political spectrum is similar to the other circumpolar regions.
Free Thinkers seemed to confuse people, so I've changed the name to Northern Canadian Atheists. Faith enabling by non religious people is a big pass time in the north. Though Whitehorse has the largest non-religious percentage in Canada (36.5%), being atheist is still a major closet issue, "out of respect" for the faithers. >/p>
ACSkeptics - Atlantic Canada, Skeptics and Secularists of Atlantic Canada,
has been inactive for some time. see Meetup CFI-NS
Atlantic Atheists Secular Humanists Ethical Society (AASHES) is also inactive