Nancy Devine

ARTICLES

Pioneering spirit drives diocese on

WHEN GOLD FEVER hit the country in the mid- 19th century, thousands flocked to gold fields to seek their fortunes. Prospectors built camps along routes

World Bank, IMF respond to pressure

Simply writing off the debts of some of the world poorest nations won’t do a thing to eradicate poverty, says the Washington D.C.- based World

Campaign to cancel debt heats up

Jubilee coalition officials Alejandro Bendana of Nicaragua, left, Rev. Molefe Tsele of South Africa and Helen Wangusa of Uganda, in Toronto to meet with Canadian

Respected evangelist dies

Terry Winter, one of Canada’s most prominent evangelists and broadcasters, died on Dec. 10 following a brain hemor-rhage. He was 56. Mr. Winter had hosted

Briefs

RCMP honoured A series of memorial windows by artist Lise Merchant, honouring the 125th year of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, were dedicated last summer

Briefs

RCMP honoured A series of memorial windows by artist Lise Merchant, honouring the 125th year of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, were dedicated last summer

Mohawk chapel to be restored

A two-year campaign has been launched to raise $850,000 for restoration of Christ Church, Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel of the Mohawks in Deseronto, on eastern

Prayer video takes on its own life

Lisa Barry, senior producer of Anglican Video, didn’t expect the group’s latest production to almost take on a life of its own – but, over

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