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Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, Archbishop, Fred Hiltz

Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, Archbishop, Fred Hiltz

The Anglican Church of Canada consists of almost three thousand local congregations which gather for worship and learning, and extend the mission of God’s kingdom by addressing the spiritual and material needs of their communities.

Gathered into thirty dioceses by region, congregations share in diocesan, national, and world-wide mission.

The General Synod is the national body responsible especially for work overseas and in Canada’s north, in addition to other key elements of Anglican identity, worship and service.


January 2018 – Archbishop Fred Hiltz set to retire July 15, 2019 after the conclusion of General Synod that year.  Read more on the www.anglican.ca website.


January 2017 – ‘With sympathy and solidarity with Sainte-Foy’

January 2016 – A Statement from the Primate from the Meeting of Primates in Canterbury, UK:

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A letter from the Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, Archbishop Fred Hiltz:

  • A Statement from the Primate on the Supreme Court’s Ruling on Physician-­‐Assisted Dying