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Human Rights award for ACC Standing Committee member

Bishop Jane Alexander will be honoured by the University of Alberta next week for her work in "local and international human rights”.

20 September 2017

Regimental church offers mental health care for army reservists

A regiment of Canadian army reservists can soon expect to have greater access to mental health services with the launch of a new ministry in the diocese of Edmonton.

08 November 2016

Fort McMurray wildfire finally under control

The wildfire that has been raging in and around Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada, is finally under control, but it could take until next year until the flames are finally extinguished.

06 July 2016

Anglicans respond to Canadian town's wildfire evacuation

The Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, Archbishop Fred Hiltz, has asked for “the prayers of the whole church” in response to a major wildfire in Alberta that has resulted in the town of Fort McMurray and neighbouring communities being subjected to an enforced evacuation as firefighters predict that much of the town will be destroyed.

05 May 2016

Anglican Communion leaders identify needs for Companion Link relationships

Consultation says admitting challenges and working together are key for a mission-centred relationship

22 May 2015

Archbishop of York's Visit to the Diocese of Edmonton, Canada

The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu is to visit the Anglican Diocese of Edmonton, Canada this month at the invitation of Bishop Jane Alexander

11 October 2013

 

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Celebrations as Sudan becomes Anglican Communion’s 39th province

All Saints Cathedral in Khartoum was the setting for joyous celebrations as Sudan became the newest province of the Anglican Communion.