It seems like most Anglicans were loyalists / torys, and the Anglican Church went from being maybe the largest to having only a few churches after the war. Was this because the head of the Anglican Church was the king and clergymen were paid by the government? Was it because Puritans and other protestant / low church were on the Republican side in the English Civil War and that carried over? Was it because Puritans and other Calvinists and Baptists, etc. were more offended by the Quebec Act tolerating / establishing Roman Catholicism in an expanded Quebec?