February 2023 Issue

Building ‘a stronger sense of healing’

Everyone must work to make church safer, primate says

Ongoing work to make the Anglican Church of Canada safer must continue so that every member of the church knows and respects the boundaries that should accompany relationships, says Archbishop Linda Nicholls, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada.

Michael Jackson, Canada’s longest-serving Anglican deacon, mourned

Church and civil leaders across Saskatchewan and Canada paid tribute to Canon Michael Jackson, the Anglican Church of Canada’s longest-serving deacon, after his death on Nov. 22 at the age of 82.

The dilemma of MAID

The conversation about medical assistance in dying (MAID) in Canada began out of a desire to ease the transition to death for terminally ill people experiencing intractable pain and suffering. After discussion and debate, Canada in 2016 legally permitted access to MAID for adults facing imminent death due to terminal illness, if they were deemed to be suffering intolerably.

Oulton to resign as bishop of Ontario

Bishop Michael Oulton has announced plans to resign as bishop of Ontario, making way for his successor to attend the next diocesan synod and General Synod.

$150,000 of funds raised to house northern clergy came from single donor, AFC says

An individual donor has given the Anglican Foundation of Canada (AFC) $150,000 toward an effort to help house retired, non-stipendiary …

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