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Secretary General and other Christian leaders unite against “spiral of violence” in Colombia

International group of church leaders join forces in ecumenical effort to urge President Iván Duque Marquéz to end violence in Colombia.

20 May 2021

Anglicans from Latin America call for united action to tackle migrant injustices

Solidarity among those supporting migrants across Latin America is vital to help tackle injustices, according to a gathering of Anglicans.

28 November 2019

Canadian priest’s study finds gratitude can fight loneliness

Prayers and other expressions of gratitude may hold significant potential in making people feel less lonely, a small study in the suggests.

14 November 2019

Anglican Church of Canada elects its first female archbishop

The Bishop of New Westminster, Melissa Skelton, has been elected as Archbishop of the internal province of British Columbia and Yukon.

15 May 2018

Recalling summer’s wildfire exodus in the Territory of the People

Matt Gardner from the Anglican Church of Canada details the experience and aftermath of the British Columbia summer wildfires.

26 October 2017

Tent city at Canadian Cathedral 'out of control'

The Dean of a Cathedral in Canada has said a homelessness protest camp is ‘spiraling out of control’. The Very Revd Ansley Tucker called for the tents outside Christ Church Cathedral to be dismantled and alternative accommodation found.

31 May 2016

Canada: Anglican church bells ring as reminder of violence against Indigenous women

Calls for solidarity continue to grow in strength during second week of #22 Days project

17 June 2015

Canada: Anglicans, Lutherans to meet for Joint Assembly in 2019

Second-ever joint assembly to be held in Vancouver with Ecclesiastical Province of British Columbia and Yukon as co-host

07 May 2015

Anglican priest achieves doctorate in snowboarding

Anglican priest achieves doctorate in snowboarding

A snowboarding priest from British Columbia has earned what could well be the first-ever doctorate in the sport for his exploration of spirituality on the slopes.


04 March 2011