Publishing history: The Dominion Churchman, established 1875, became the Canadian Churchman in 1890. The name was changed to Anglican Journal in 1989. The Churchman bought out The Church Evangelist in 1898
Publishing history: The Greater Britain Messenger continued as Outpost starting in 1960.
Objects of the Society: "To send forth clergymen, catechists and school teachers to all parts of the world wherever OUR COUNTRYMEN are to be found. To send chaplains to minister to the wants of British sailors in foreign parts, the Negroes in Jamaica, the French settlers, the Aboriginal Indians and the Coloured population in Canada...To send Chaplains to minister to residents and travellers on the Continent of Europe."
Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada
Publishing history: Our Mission News, established July 1886, was renamed the Canadian Church Magazine and Mission News June 1887 to 1902, which was followed by New Era in 1903 to 1913, and then by The Mission World, 1914 to 1921. New Era and The Mission World are numbered continuously.
The Canadian Church Juvenile was published in the New Era as their Junior Dept. section Aug. 1903 to 1913.
In 1903 the Canadian Church Missionary Society started publishing its news in the New Era under the title Canadian Church Missionary Gleaner instead of having its own separate publication.
Toronto, Ont. : 1903-1913.
(1903) v.1, no.1 - (1913) v.11, no.12.
GSA Mf 92-02 Reels 10-11
See also: Canadian Church Magazine and Mission News
The Church Society of the Diocese of Quebec was organized on the 7th July, 1842. Two years later the Society was incorporated by Act of Parliament. The first annual report was published for the year 1843 and included written reports from all missions and parishes in the diocese. Unlike most dioceses, the Church Society of the Diocese of Quebec did not merge with the Diocesan Synod and it still maintains a closely related, but separate, relationship with the diocese.
Also includes Constitution and By-laws, 1880, 1917-1952 and a Jubilee Memoir, 1842-1892