"The Journal gratefully, if belatedly, acknowledges the support received from the Canadian Forces Chapel Offerings Committee; Terry Brown is the staff person. we also received support from the Militia Training Centre of the Canadian Armed Forces and others; Major Richard E Ruggle was our contact person as well as guest editor. We printed an overrun so that this issue might be available for all those who might welcome a very up-to-date knowledge of Canadian military chaplains. These may be ordered directly from the General Synod Archives". [Text of entire article.]
"We wish to thank Robert Black and R.G.M. Macpherson for the new arms which appear on our cover. The 'Journal of the Canadian Church Historical Society' has had the support of General Synod since its origin nearly forty years ago. While the journal has always had an independent editorial board, we have been proud of this association. It has given us a firm base and sense of purpose as we sought to make Anglican history better known to those who should be interested. The history of the Anglican church is intertwined with the social and political history of this country, and the history of other denominations; this we have tried to reflect in our pages. The arms of the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada, granted 29 December 1938, are widely used as the arms of the Anglican Church, and ensigned by a mitre, of the Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada. For more information about these and other church heraldry, contact the Heraldry and Flag Project, General Synod Archives, 600 Jarvis Street, Toronto, Ontario M4Y 2J6". [Text of entire article.]
"Back issues of the CCHS 'Journal' from September 1950 to December 1976 (Vols. I through XVIII) are available at $2.00 per issue, postage included, until the end of 1985. The Executive, at a recent meeting, made this decision to enable Society members, individual and institutional, to complete their files of the 'Journal' at a low price which even restricted or cut-back budgets could afford. .... The following issues are out of print: III no. 3; IV no. 2; V nos. 1,3; VI no. 3. Issues from 1976 to the present are available at the regular $6.00 per issue. .... These orders will be filled once every four to six weeks, due to the volunteer nature of the labour required and the difficulty of access in the basement storage shelves. Please be patient".
"The October  issue of the 'Journal' is a special one published in conjunction with the Anglican Synod of the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario. Copies may be reserved from the Secretary of Society". [Text of entire article.]
"The Canadian Church Historical Society seeks your support for its latest initiative. The Society honoured Dr. Thomas Millman, on the occasion of his ninetieth birthday, with the establishment of an endowment fund. The purpose of the fund is to endow the publishing efforts of the Society, most notably the production of its 'Journal'."
"When an editor requests letters and suggestions they usually arrive; and they did. Any editor would, of course, become a highly split personality through attempting to follow all the advice at once. Some wanted a new design for the cover; others abhor the idea. Some want an exclusive Anglican emphasis; others despair of 'narrowness'. Some fear stodginess and seek the breezes of controversy; others say controversy can be left to the 'Canadian Churchman'. What this issue of the 'Journal' represents is a step or two in the direction of making the 'Journal' more useful and comprehensive. You will notice new features over and above the traditional articles and book reviews. Please let us know what you think about these new features, and do suggest any others you would like. We thank A.S. McGregor for his work as book review editor for the last two issues. We now welcome Dr. William Westfall of York University as the new book review editor for 1981 onwards. His address is at the back. So please do not forget that your input will help us all". [Text of entire article.]
"You will notice over the next few issues changes in the format of the 'Anglican Journal'. The Canadian Church Historical Society has been discussing ways of improving this publication". "Would you like us to change our name to, say 'Journal of Canadian Church History' ? We will always retain the emphasis on Anglicanism because that is what gives the publication its special character and keeps it in touch with its roots". "Once we get the 'Journal' back on its publication track, we shall publish regularly in April and October. We shall then be able to achieve topicality. We hope to be able to announce conferences of interest to our readers, and make other announcements. We are concerned that the 'Journal' will serve a function that it has never fufilled properly before. It is important that there be a forum for Canadian historians, with an interest in the church, to speak to each other. For example, we are interested in writing about what projects are underway. We hope to have a section entitled 'Research Notes'. If scholars have any questions to ask fellow church historians then they will be able to ask them in the 'Journal'. "We intend to publish regular news of archival acquisitions. Professional historians are more likely to be knowledgeable about these matters than amateurs who may require help in locating resources. What are your suggestions on the 'Journal' ? Would you like commentaries with a historical perspective on church news ? Would you perhaps like us to have articles on controversial issues such as the role of women in the church or the church and the labour movement ? Would you prefer biographical articles on figures important to the history of the churches in Canada ? Some of those people are little known and deserve better from their descendents. It is your 'Journal'. We look forward to your suggestions and comments. What role do you think we should play in the life of the church in Canada ?"
"At the Annual General Meeting of the Society [20 October 1989], both its President and the Editor of the 'Journal' paid tribute to the long and excellent service rendered to the Society by the Rev. R.E. Ruggle in a number of capacities, but most particularly on the completion of his term as Book Review Editor. The Editor wishes to make our appreciation known to all members of the Society and also to announce that the duties of the Book Review Editor will be handled by the Rev. Dr. Robert M. Black and correspondence dealing with matters of book reviews should be directed to him at Trinity College, Toronto. At a meeting of the Editorial Board in January 1990, the question of the Editorship of the 'Journal' was considered, as the current editor's term had expired with the publication of Volume XXXI number 2. Professor Storey did not wish to consider a further term, but did agree to edit the first number of Volume XXXII (1990), and a guest editor would be sought for a special issue as the second number. The society therefore wishes to solicit suggestions, nominations, or even applications for the Editorship of the 'Journal of the Canadian Church Historical Society', to assume duties with the preparation and publication of the first number of Volume XXXIII (1991)" (p. 25).
"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".