"On October 30 through November 2, 2014 at Trinity College in Toronto, the Canadian Church Historical Society held a conference commemorating the 175th anniversary of the founding of the Diocese of Toronto. At the conference, held under the honorary patronage of the Most Reverend Colin R. Johnson, archbishop of Toronto, a variety of papers were read relating to various aspects of the history of the diocese. A selection of these papers is offered in this issue of the CCHS Journal". In the course of the conference, "Archbishop Johnson, appropriately dressed in frock coat and Bishop Snell's gaiters, narrated a lantern-slide presentation entitled 'the Men of the North'. We believe that this was the first time this slide show, originally circulated to parishes to raise support for Northern missions, had been shown in over 70 years".
Cover title: Papers Presented at a Conference Commemorating the 175th Anniversary of the Founding of the Diocese of Toronto.
Issue has colour image of Bishop John Strachan on front cover and 6 ll. of colour plates between pages 78-79.
"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).