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Congratulations to ELCIC National Bishop

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Date
2001 July 4-11
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 16
Date
2001 July 4-11
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 16
Mover
Archbishop David Crawley
Seconder
Dean Peter Elliott
Text
That this General Synod express its congratulations and best wishes to Bishop Ray Schultz on the occasion of his election as National Bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada. CARRIED Act 16
Subjects
Schultz, Raymond L. (Ray)
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada - Bishops
Anglican Church of Canada - Relations - Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada
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Election of the Prolocutor

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Date
2001 July 4-11
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 15
Date
2001 July 4-11
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 15
Mover
Chancellor Ronald Stevenson
Seconder
Archbishop David Crawley
Text
That the count of each ballot in the elections of Prolocutor and Deputy Prolocutor be revealed and recorded in the minutes. CARRIED Act 15
Notes
Election of Prolocutor -- Results of the Second Ballot [p. 30]
Archdeacon James Cowan - 67
Mrs. Dorothy Davies-Flindall - 159
Archdeacon Helena-Rose Houldcroft - 10
Mr. James Sweeny - 43
249 ballots were cast with 140 required for election.
Mrs. Dorothy Davies-Flindall was elected Prolocutor.
Election of Deputy Prolocutor - Results of the Third Ballot [p. 51]
Rev. Larry Beardy - 99
Archdeacon James Cowan - 148
Rev. Alan Perry - 4
Rev. Canon Philip Poole - 15
266 ballots were cast with 134 required for election.
Archdeacon James Cowan was elected Deputy Prolocutor.
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod (36th : 2001 : Waterloo, Ont.) - Rules and practice
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod. Prolocutor
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod. Deputy Prolocutor
Davies-Flindall, Dorothy (Dorothy Louise Forse), 1934-2020
Cowan, James (James Arnold Jackson), 1951-
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Report of Committee on Method of Electing the Primate

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Date
1927 September
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Date
1927 September
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Mover
Archdeacon Balfour
Seconder
Dr. Blagrave
Prologue
Message No.3 "Report of the Committee on Method of Electing the Primate" consideration of which had been deferred until the Report should be in the hands of the members of the House, was now considered. The following Report was read by the Deputy-Prolocutor:
Committee on Method of Electing the Primate
The Committee met on Monday evening, Sept. 12th, 1927, in the City Hall, Kingston, Ont.
There were present, the Archbishops of Huron and New Westminster, the Bishops of Fredericton, Montreal, Ottawa and Saskatchewan, and Chancellor Gisborne.
The Archbishop of Huron was elected chairman of the Committee in succession to the Archbishop of Algoma.
The Chairman reviewed the work of the Committee hitherto and read the correspondence which had been handed to him by the Archbishop of Algoma. The correspondence covered a period from 1921 to the present time.
After a full consideration of the present situation and of suggested changes, the Committee passed the following resolution, viz.:
"That the Committee, after careful consideration of many points of view, both practical and historical, that have been brought before them, have come to the conclusion that they can recommend no change in the method of the election of the Primate."
The Committee now beg to submit this Report and recommend its adoption.
David Huron, Chairman; John Charles Ottawa, Secretary; Sept. 12, 1927, Kingston, Ont.
Text
Resolved, That this House concurs in Message No.3.
Notes
No.3 Election of Primate
That the Report of the Committee on the Method of Election of Primate be adopted recommending that no change be made in the manner of the election and that the Lower House be asked to concur.
No.3A
That the Lower House concurs in Message No.3 of the Upper House.
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