[Source:] CEREMONIAL PROCEDURES OF CITIZENSHIP JUDGES
17. (1) The ceremonial procedures to be followed by citizenship judges shall be appropriate to impress on new citizens the responsibilities and privileges of citizenship and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, a citizenship judge shall, during a ceremony held for the presentation of certificates of citizenship, ...
(b) subject to subsection 22(1), administer the oath of citizenship with dignity and solemnity, allowing the greatest possible freedom in the religious solemnization or the solemn affirmation thereof;
I'm guessing that the Canada citizenship ceremony is laic; so which definition of religious fits?
I'd guess Definition 1.3, but I doubt so, because it seems cheeky and delusive to characterise a LAIC solemnization as religious ?
Footnote: I encountered this problem while reading this.