"The current number of the Journal (Volume XLIX, Number 2 Fall 2007) is appearing in mid 2010. The long delay is publication has been in large part due to the ever increasing administrative and academic duties that have fallen to the editor. It is hoped that the Journal will be more or less up-to-date again towards the end of this year".
"The current number of the Journal (Volume LIX, Number 1 Spring 2007) is appearing in the Spring of 2008. This accounts for the odd chronology and explains why conference reports for the Summer of 2007 appear in the Spring number. It is hope[d] that the Journal will be up-to-date again towards the end of this year".
"The Church and Law is the theme of this special number of the 'Journal'. This is not a subject that has received extensive scholarly treatment as far as the Anglican Church of Canada is concerned ...". "In the present number of the 'Journal' two of the articles explore Church law -- the functioning of the Supreme Court of the Anglican Church of Canada and the development of the Canon on Marriage. The third article examines the history of civil -- legislative and parliamentary -- acts that govern the way that the Anglican Church of Canada functions in a society that now does not recognize any 'established' church. To this latter article, Chancellor Ronald Stevenson has appended a list of all the relevant legislation, colonial, provincial and federal. To supplement Mr. Justice deP. Wright's article on the Supreme Court, the Editor has added the Court's Judgement and Reasons for Judgement. It was felt readers would appreciate having these texts at hand for consultation".
"The publication of Volume XLVI (2004) of the 'Journal of the Canadian Church Historical Society' has been delayed by circumstances completely beyond the control of the Editor. With this number, the 'Journal' resumes its regular publication schedule and the Fall 2004 number should appear in the late Spring of 2005". [Complete text of Note.]
"In this number of the 'Journal' we are pleased to publish the winning Millman Prize Essay: '"Preach the World": Canadian Imperialism and Missionary Outreach at the Montreal Diocesan Theological College, 1828-1903' by Sean Mills .... This number also includes a speech given by the Most Reverend Michael Peers, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, at St. John's College, Winnipeg, Manitoba on 2 February 2001. The Primate's speech is entitled 'From Colony to Covenant' and will be found on pages 57-71. Finally, I would like to welcome our colleagues from the United States and from over-seas who are attending the '(Re)Making Anglican Tradition(s) in North America Church History conference commemorating the Tercentenary of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts at Trinity College, Toronto, Ontario, 23-27 June 2001".
"The Spring 1999 number of the Journal is now to hand. The long delay in its appearance, for which the Editor is responsible, has been due to unusually heavy academic and ecclesiastical duties during the past year, and to a new computer. The Fall number of the Journal is now in preparation and should appear in the near future. In this issue, the call for papers for the 'Anglican History in North America Commemorating the SPG, 1791-2001' Conference on page 75, and the Millman Prize Essay announcement on page 56 should be particularly noted". [Text of entire article.]
"The Spring 2002 Number of the 'Journal' is devoted to papers from the '(Re)Making Anglican Tradition(s) in North America' conference celebrating the tercentenary of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts that was held at Trinity College, Toronto, Ontario, from 23 June to 27 June 2002. .... The papers [in this issue] represent most of the topics of the conference and range from the fully developed research papers, to dissertation outlines, to portions of books in preparation to brief surveys of the historical discussion" (p. 5).
"The position paper on the future of the Anglican Archives Network 'You Are My Witnesses: The Future of the Anglican Archives Network' written by the Archivist of the Ecclesiastical Province of Canada [Richard Virr] and the Archivist of General Synod [Terry Thompson] with the assistance of the other three Provincial Archivists is published in this number of the 'Journal'. Both Dr. [Christopher] Trott's letter and the position paper are indicative of how the historical and archival communities are trying to deal with the on-going financial crisis in the Anglican Church of Canada due to the unresolved Residential School legation [sic]" (p. 6).