Anglican Church of CanadaThe Anglican Church of Canada (ACC or ACoC) is the province of the Anglican Communion in Canada. The official French-language name is ''l'Église anglicane du Canada''. In 2017, the Anglican Church counted 359,030 members on parish rolls in 2,206 congregations, organized into 1,571 parishes. The 2011 Canadian census counted 1,631,845 self-identified Anglicans (5 percent of the total Canadian population), making the Anglican Church the third-largest Canadian church after the Catholic Church and the United Church of Canada. The 2021 Canadian census counted more than 1 million self-identified Anglicans (3.1% of the total Canadian population), remaining the third-largest Canadian church. Like other Anglican churches, the Anglican Church of Canada's liturgy utilizes a native version of the ''Book of Common Prayer'', the 1962 prayer book. A further revision, the 1985 ''Book of Alternative Services'', has developed into the dominant liturgical book of the church.
Although Canada has no established church, the King of Canada's Canadian Royal Style continues to include the title of Defender of the Faith (), albeit not in relation to any specific denomination, and the Canadian Monarch continues his countenance of three Chapels Royal in the Realm. Provided by Wikipedia
1Masinahikan : native language imprints in the archives and libraries of the Anglican Church of Canada /by Evans, Karen, 1952-“...Anglican Church of Canada...”
2Artificial insemination by donor : a study of ethics, medicine and law in our technological society /Published 1977“...Anglican Church of Canada...”