In cooperation with The University of Lethbridge, Reginald Bibby conducted a major national religious survey of 1,500 Canadians. Bibby’s intent was to assess the current state of religion in Canada, to measure changes in it over time, and to examine new and emerging issues in Canadian religious life. Bibby's survey, "Project Can95," is a continuation of a series of surveys that he has conducted every five years since 1975. As a result of "Project Can95," Bibby published two volumes entitled, "There's Got to be More! Connecting Churches and Canadians" and "The Bibby Report: Social Trends Canadian Style."