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Canada: Official

THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA (ACC) is the Canadian branch of the Anglican Communion. It is a member of the World Council of Churches and the Canadian Council of Churches.

In addition to this page, you'll find these areas in our Canada section:

ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA (ACC) (Official site. Complete, well-maintained, and current.)

The ACC is divided into four Ecclesiastical Provinces, which are further divided into a total of 29 dioceses. The primate of the Anglican Church of Canada is the Most Reverend Fred Hiltz.

Some highlights of the ACC web site:

Canada by Diocese

We at Anglicans Online do not maintain resource pages for individual dioceses; we maintain resource pages for provinces, and you can find them here. Below is a list of links to official diocesan web pages. Every diocese in Canada has a web page.

Canada by Ecclesiastical Province

The Anglican Church of Canada is divided into four ecclesiastical provinces, each of which is further divided into dioceses.

Province of British Columbia and the Yukon (Kootenay, British Columbia, Caledonia, New Westminster, Yukon)

Province of Canada (Montreal, Quebec, Fredericton, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, Western Newfoundland, Central Newfoundland and Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador)

Province of Ontario (Huron, Algoma, Moosonee, Niagara, Ontario, Ottawa, Toronto)

Province of Rupert's Land (Athabasca, Brandon, Calgary, Edmonton, Keewatin, Qu'Appelle, Ruperts Land, Saskatchewan, Saskatoon)

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