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Amendments To The Constitution

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Date
1989 June 15-23
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 34
Date
1989 June 15-23
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 34
Mover
Ven. G.R. Huggill
Seconder
Ms. J. Werrun
Text
That sub-section 41a) i) of the Constitution be amended by adding to the second paragraph the words:
"Consideration will also be given to age, gender, order, inclusion of native peoples and continuity of membership. Normally, the length of service on a committee will not be more than two terms." CARRIED Act 34
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod. Constitution
Anglican Church of Canada - Committees - Membership
Representation on committees - Anglican Church of Canada
Gender parity
Sexism - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
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Amendments to the Constitution and Appendices - Standing Committees

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Date
1992 June 18-26
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 17
Act 18
Date
1992 June 18-26
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 17
Act 18
Mover
Rev. J. Isbister
Seconder
Mr. C. Bellis
Prologue
Moved by Ven. J. Boyles, seconded by Ven. R. MacRae
1. That section 36 of the Constitution of the General Synod be amended by adding the following subsection after subsection e):
f) It shall be responsible for overall strategic planning and visioning within the mandate of the General Synod.
and by renumbering the remaining subsections accordingly.
2. That Appendix B of the Handbook of the General Synod be amended by:
a. adding to section 5, the following subsection after subsection e):
f) survey the organizational structure of the General Synod, and propose organizational modifications consistent with shifting priorities and functions.
b. adding to each of sections 1,2,4,5,6, and 7 as the penultimate subsection in each case the following words:
Be responsible for functional strategic planning and visioning within the committee's mandated areas.
c. deleting section 3, Long Range Planning, and by renumbering the subsequent sections accordingly.
3. That section 41 of the Constitution of the General Synod be repealed and replaced by the following section:
41. Standing Committees
a. There shall be the following Standing Committees of the General Synod:
i. Doctrine and Worship Committee
ii. Inter-Church and Inter-Faith Relations Committee
iii. Committee on Ministry
iv. Organization Committee
v. Program Committee
vi. Stewardship and Financial Development Committee
vii. Administration and Finance Committee (Canon VI)
viii. Pension Committee (Canon VIII)
ix. Anglican Book Centre Committee (Canon XI)
x. Board of Trustees of the Anglican Journal/Journal Anglican
xi. Archives Committee (Canon V)
b. Unless otherwise provided by the Constitution or by Canon, each of the Standing Committees of the General Synod shall consist of 15 members:
i. 12 of the members shall be elected by the General Synod,
ii. 9 of the 12 members who are elected by the General Synod shall be members of the General Synod,
iii. 2 of the 9 members shall be members of the National Executive Council,
iv. 3 of the members shall be appointed by the Primate.
c. The Program Committee shall consist of 18 members:
i. 15 of the members shall be elected by the General Synod,
ii. 12 of the 15 members who are elected by the General Synod shall be members of the General Synod,
iii. 2 of the 12 members shall be members of the National Executive Council,
d. The Board of Trustees of the Anglican Journal/Journal Anglican shall consist of 20 persons:
i. 8 of the trustees shall be elected by the General Synod from among its members,
ii. 2 of the 8 elected trustees shall be members of the Order of Bishops,
iii. 3 of the 8 elected trustees shall be members of the Order of Clergy,
iv. 3 of the 8 elected trustees shall be members of the Order of Laity,
v. 6 of the trustees shall be appointed by the Primate,
vi. The Primate, the Prolocutor, the General Secretary, the Treasurer of the General Synod, the Executive Director of Program and the Editor of the Anglican Magazine shall be ex-officio members.
e. In the nomination of persons to be elected or appointed to Standing Committees, geographical representation and the need for expertise shall be the principal criteria and consideration shall also be given to age, gender, order, minority ethno-cultural representation and continuity of membership.
f. Except in unusual circumstances, the length of service on a Standing Committee shall not exceed two terms of three years.
g. Unless the terms of reference of a Standing Committee of the General Synod are established by Canon, the terms of reference:
i. shall be established by resolution of the General Synod,
ii. shall be printed in the Appendices to the Handbook of the General Synod, and
iii. may be amended by resolution of the National Executive Council subject to the confirmation of such amendment by the General Synod at the regular session following the amendment.
h. At least thirty days prior to a regular session of the General Synod each standing committee shall submit to the General Synod Nominating Committee the names of up to six persons to be considered for nomination for membership to the committee for its next term.
i. The Standing Committees shall report to the General Synod and regularly to the National Executive Council.
4. That Appendix C of the Handbook of the General Synod be amended by removing sections 9 and 10 thereof.
Text
That the words "First Nations" be added to section 3.41.e. following the word "order" on the fourth line. CARRIED Act 17
The following revisions were agreed to by the mover and seconder:
1. That paragraph 2.a. be deleted.
2. That, in section 3.41.d. on the second line, the number 20 be changed to the number 19.
3. That, in section 3.41.d.vi. on the third line, the words "and the Editor of the Anglican Magazine" be deleted and the word "and" moved to the second line between the words "General Synod" and "Executive Director of Program."
4. That in 3.41.b.ii. the words "at least" be inserted before "9".
5. That in 3.41.b.iii. the words "at least" be inserted before "2".
The amended motion reads:
1. That section 36 of the Constitution of the General Synod be amended by adding the following subsection after subsection e):
f) It shall be responsible for overall strategic planning and visioning within the mandate of the General Synod.
and by renumbering the remaining subsections accordingly.
2. That Appendix B of the Handbook of the General Synod be amended by:
a. adding to each of sections 1,2,4,5,6 and 7 as the penultimate subsection in each case the following words:
Be responsible for functional strategic planning and visioning within the committee's mandated areas.
b. deleting section 3, Long Range Planning, and by renumbering the subsequent sections accordingly.
3. That section 41 of the Constitution of the General Synod be repealed and replaced by the following section:
41. Standing Committees
a. There shall be the following Standing Committees of the General Synod:
i. Doctrine and Worship Committee
ii. Inter-Church and Inter-Faith Relations Committee
iii. Committee on Ministry
iv. Organization Committee
v. Program Committee
vi. Stewardship and Financial Development Committee
vii. Administration and Finance Committee (Canon VI)
viii. Pension Committee (Canon VIII)
ix. Anglican Book Centre Committee (Canon XI)
x. Boards of Trustees of the Anglican Journal/Journal Anglican
xi. Archives Committee (Canon V)
b. Unless otherwise provided by the Constitution or by Canon, each of the Standing Committees of the General Synod shall consist of 15 members:
i. 12 of the members shall be elected by the General Synod;
ii. at least 9 of the 12 members who are elected by the General Synod shall be members of the General Synod;
iii. at least 2 of the 9 members shall be members of the National Executive Council;
iv. 3 of the members shall be appointed by the Primate.
c. The Program Committee shall consist of 18 members:
i. 15 of the members shall be elected by the General Synod;
ii. 12 of the 15 members who are elected by the General Synod shall be members of the General Synod;
iii. 2 of the 12 members shall be members of the National Executive Council;
d. The Board of Trustees of the Anglican Journal/Journal Anglican shall consist of 19 persons:
i. 8 of the trustees shall be elected by the General Synod from among its members;
ii. 2 of the 8 elected trustees shall be members of the Order of Bishops;
iii. 3 of the 8 elected trustees shall be members of the Order of Clergy;
iv. 3 of the 8 elected trustees shall be members of the Order of Laity;
v. 6 of the trustees shall be appointed by the Primate;
vi. The Primate, the Prolocutor, the General Secretary, the Treasurer of the General Synod and the Executive Director of Program shall be ex-officio members.
e. In the nomination of persons to be elected or appointed to Standing Committees, geographical representation and the need for expertise shall be the principal criteria and consideration shall also be given to age, gender, order, First Nations, minority ethno-cultural representation and continuity of membership.
f. Except in unusual circumstances, the length of service on a Standing Committee shall not exceed two terms of three years.
g. Unless the terms of reference of a Standing Committee of the General Synod are established by Canon, the terms of reference:
i. shall be established by resolution of the General Synod;
ii. shall be printed in the Appendices to the Handbook of the General Synod; and
iii. may be amended by resolution of the National Executive Council subject to the confirmation of such amendment by the General Synod at the regular session following the amendment.
h. At least thirty days prior to a regular session of the General Synod each Standing Committee shall submit to the General Synod Nominating Committee the names of up to six persons to be considered for nomination for membership to the committee for its next term.
i. The Standing Committees shall report to the General Synod and regularly to the National Executive Council.
4. That Appendix C of the Handbook of the General Synod be amended by removing sections 9 and 10 thereof. CARRIED in all Orders Act 18
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod. Constitution
Anglican Church of Canada - Committees
Anglican Church of Canada - Committees - Membership
Representation on committees - Anglican Church of Canada
Handbook of the General Synod of The Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada. Long Range Planning Committee
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Amendment to the Constitution, Section 39 g) – Membership of Standing Committees

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Date
2007 June 19-25
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 20
Date
2007 June 19-25
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 20
Mover
Chancellor Ronald Stevenson
Seconder
Bishop Susan Moxley
Text
That section 39 g) of the Constitution of the General Synod be amended to read as follows:
g) In nomination of persons to be elected or appointed to Standing Committees, geographic representation, expertise, experience and commitment to the ongoing life of the committee shall be the principal criteria. Consideration shall also be given to reflecting the diverse groups and individuals within the church and society. Consideration may be given to representation from churches in full communion with the Anglican Church of Canada.
CARRIED WITHOUT DEBATE Act 20
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod. Constitution
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod - Committees - Membership
Representation on committees - Anglican Church of Canada
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Amendment to the Constitution - Section 41 - Standing Committees

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Date
1995 June 1-9
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 28
Date
1995 June 1-9
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 28
Mover
Dean D. Stoute
Seconder
Rev. P. Poole
Prologue
Moved by The Hon. R. Stevenson, seconded by Archdeacon J. Boyles,
That Section 41 of the Constitution be repealed and the following substituted therefor:
41. Standing Committees
a) There shall be the following Standing Committees of the General Synod:
i. Faith, Worship and Ministry Committee
ii. Partners in Mission Committee
iii. Primate's World Relief and Development Fund Committee (PWRDF Committee)
iv. Social Justice Committee
v. Pension Committee
vi. Financial Management and Development Committee
vii. Information Resources Committee
b) The Faith, Worship and Ministry Committee and the Social Justice Committee shall each consist of 15 members:
i. 12 members shall be elected by the General Synod
ii. at least 8 of the members elected by the General Synod shall be members of the General Synod, at least one of whom shall be a member of the Council of the General Synod
iii. 3 members shall be appointed by the Primate.
c) The Partners in Mission Committee shall consist of 15 members:
i. 10 of the members shall be elected by the General Synod
ii. at least 8 of the 10 members elected the General Synod shall be members of the General Synod, at least one of whom shall be a member of the Council of the General Synod
iii. 3 members shall be appointed by the Primate
iv. 1 of the members shall be appointed by an overseas partner church, designated by the committee
v. 1 of the members shall be appointed by an ecumenical partner church, designated by the committee.
d) The PWRDF Committee shall consist of 15 members:
i. 8 members shall be elected by the General Synod
ii. at least 4 of the members elected by the General Synod shall be members of the General Synod, at least one of whom shall be a member of the Council of the General Synod
iii. 7 members shall be appointed by the Primate
iv. 3 of the members to be appointed by the Primate shall be nominated by overseas organizations with which the PWRDF works closely and which have been designated by the committee. [NB. The organizations invited to nominate may be secular, ecumenical or Anglican church related.]
v. 1 of the members appointed by the Primate shall be an Aboriginal person, nominated by the Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples.
vi. 1 of the members appointed by the Primate shall be an aboriginal person, nominated by the PWRDF Committee.
The members of the committee elected and appointed in 1995 shall take office on January 1, 1996. The members of the committee in existence on June 1, 1995 shall continue in office until December 31, 1995.
e) The Pension Committee shall be constituted as prescribed in Canon VIII.
f) The Financial Management and Development Committee shall consist of 12 members:
i. 9 of the members shall be elected by the General Synod
ii. at least 7 of the 9 members who are elected by the General Synod shall be members of the General Synod, at least one of whom shall be a member of the Council of the General Synod
iii. 3 of the members shall be appointed by the Primate.
g) The Information Resources Committee shall consist of 9 members:
i. 6 members shall be elected by the General Synod
ii. at least 5 of the members elected by the General Synod shall be members of the General Synod, at least one of whom shall be a member of the Council of the General Synod
h) In nomination of persons to be elected or appointed to Standing Committees, geographic representation, expertise, experience and commitment to the ongoing life and work of the committee shall be the principal criteria and consideration shall also be given to reflecting the diverse groups and individuals within the church and society.
i) Normally, a person who was a member of a Standing Committee for the two immediately preceding terms will not be elected or appointed to that committee.
j) Unless the Terms of Reference of a Standing Committee are established by Canon, the Council of the General Synod may adopt or amend terms of reference for a committee, subject to the confirmation by the General Synod at its next regular session. The terms of reference of each committee shall be printed in the Appendices of the Handbook of the General Synod.
k) The Primate, Prolocutor and Deputy Prolocutor may appoint the chair of each standing committee from among the members of the committee.
l) At least 30 days before a regular session of the General Synod, each Standing Committee shall submit to the General Synod Nominating Committee the names of persons to be considered for nomination for membership of the committee for its next term.
m) The Standing Committees shall report to the General Synod and regularly to the Council of the General Synod.
Amendment
Moved by Ms. E. Archambault, seconded by Ms. G. Cardy,
That a new subsection viii. be added to section 41a) for the Anglican Journal. DEFEATED
Moved by Rev. P. Hamel, seconded by Bishop R. Hatton,
That the name of the Social Justice Committee be changed to the Eco-Justice Committee. CARRIED
Moved by Bishop T. Collings, seconded by Mrs. D. Davies-Flindall,
That section 41d) be amended by replacing "15" in the first line with "18"; and to replace "7" with "10" in subsection 41d)iii). DEFEATED
Text
Motion to End Debate
That the question now be put. CARRIED
The motion, as amended, was then put and CARRIED. Act 28
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada - Government
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod. Constitution
Anglican Church of Canada - Committees
Anglican Church of Canada - Committees - Membership
Representation on committees - Anglican Church of Canada
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Anglican Church Women

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Date
1995 June 1-9
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 84
Date
1995 June 1-9
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 84
Mover
Mrs. M. Chambers
Seconder
Ms. M. Lawrence
Text
That the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada hereby recognizes, affirms, and supports ANGLICAN CHURCH WOMEN as an integral part of the mission and ministry of the Canadian Church and encourages national, provincial and diocesan decision-making bodies to provide opportunities for their representation and leadership. CARRIED WITHOUT DEBATE Act 84
Subjects
Anglican Church Women (ACW)
Women in the Anglican Church of Canada
Representation on committees - Anglican Church of Canada
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Canadian Council of Churches Triennial Assembly

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Date
1987 October 19-21
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 27-10-87
Date
1987 October 19-21
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 27-10-87
Mover
Rt. Rev. A. Goodings
Seconder
Ven. A.R. Reed
Prologue
Archdeacon Reed addressed the matter of the Canadian Council of Churches and the World Council of Churches.
Text
That this National Executive Council approve the formula for the selection of delegates to the Triennial Assembly of the Canadian Council of Churches, May 1988, proposed by the Inter-Church and Inter-Faith Relations Committee: Inter-Church and Inter-Faith Relations Committe and consultants -- 20; members of the General Board -- 6; Primate, General Secretary and Ecumenical Officer -- 3; Youth -- 3; Native People -- 3. CARRIED #27-10-87
Subjects
Canadian Council of Churches. Meeting (23rd : 1988 : Montreal, Que.)
Representation on committees - Anglican Church of Canada
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Commission on Women

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Date
1969 August
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Date
1969 August
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Mover
Dr. D.H. Gould
Seconder
Ven. J.B. Creeggan
Prologue
Moved by: Mrs. A.E. Salter
Seconded by: Mrs. J. Maybee
7. Whereas men and women are called to share a common concern in the life and mission of the Church and have a common responsibility to fulfill this mission, and whereas the Church ought to be providing leadership in the contemporary cultural movement to give equal status to women, be it resolved:
a. That the General Synod endorse the policy of eventual total integration of the finances, personnel and programs of Anglican Church Women into the mainstream of the Church's life at every level, and,
that the General Synod take immediate steps through the Program Committee to initiate an educational program re integration at diocesan and parish levels.
b. That the General Synod urge Diocesan Synods to make the necessary changes in their constitutions and canons to permit women the right of election to all church offices.
Text
That we vote clause by clause on the A.C.W. Motion. CARRIED in both Houses.
Resolution 7, paragraph one, CARRIED in both Houses.
Resolution 7, paragraph two, CARRIED in both Houses.
Resolution 7, paragraph three, insert "lay" after "church" in the second last line, to read then, "permit women the right of election to all church lay offices." CARRIED in both Houses.
Subjects
Anglican Church Women (ACW)
Women in the Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - Committees - Membership
Representation on committees - Anglican Church of Canada
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Committee on Ecumenical Affairs

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Date
1966 November 17-18
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Date
1966 November 17-18
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Mover
Canon R.R. Latimer
Seconder
Bishop of Brandon
Prologue
Canon R.R. Latimer was asked to include an item in the minutes concerning the Fourth Assembly of the World Council of Churches in Uppsala, Sweden as follows:
"The Fourth Assembly of the World Council of Churches will gather at Uppsala, Sweden, from July 4-20, 1968.
We have been allocated four places by the Central Committee according to the Constitution and Rules. In appointing our delegation we should note that Article V(i) of the Constitution reads in part as follows: 'The members of the Assembly shall be both clerical and lay persons - men and women. In order to secure that approximately one-third of the Assembly shall consist of lay persons, the Central Committee, in allocating to the member churches their places in the Assembly, shall strongly urge each church, if possible, to observe this provision.
The Fourth Assembly will be more fully representative, as an ecumenical gathering, than any of its three predecessors. This will largely result, however, from decisions taken at the Third Assembly. For the first time it will be possible for the Orthodox Churches to be fully represented. Not only will many more African churches be sending their delegates, but additional places have been specially assigned to Churches in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. At the last Assembly the International Missionary Council and the World Council of Churches became one body; this will therefore be the first Assembly at which the results of integration can be made fully manifest. At Uppsala there will be between 780 and 800 full delegates. Advisers and consultants are to number 165, youth delegates 150, fraternal delegates 85, observers 65, and special guests 65. This makes a grand total of over 1,300. In addition, a number of staff with various responsibilities will be present and it is anticipated that accredited members of the press will add a maximum of 750 more persons.
The Assembly will be outward-looking to the world, aware of the tremendous challenge of many different kinds of radical change today. But in its worship and and its deliberation, it will seek, not only to be creatively alive to contemporary thought and needs, but above all to open itself and the life of the churches to the renewing forces of the Holy Spirit.
The main theme will be 'BEHOLD I MAKE ALL THINGS NEW.' This great promise from The Book of Revelation will be studied with due care for its full Biblical context. The constant renewal of the Church is to be seen in the light of God's purpose for the world. The 'new creation' in Christ must be understood in relation to God's ultimate renewal of all things. The key concept will be the renewing quality of life experienced here and now when man sets his face towards the goal to which God's plans unfold. Human innovation has to be distinguished from the new order which is God's gift alone.
Sections: The Uppsala Assembly will be divided into six Sections, as follows:
I. The Church's Unity in a Shrinking World
II. The Church in Mission
III. The Churches' Role in Social Change
IV. The Churches' Role in International Affairs
V. The Worship of God in a Secular Age
VI. Towards a New Style of Living
A popular and well-illustrated booklet, rather shorter and simpler than prepared before the New Delhi Assembly, will be available early in 1967. This will contain an account of the significance and function of a WCC Assembly, seven brief Bible studies on the Assembly Theme, and an introduction to the work of each of the six Sections. This will be followed by a report volume, covering the period between the Third and Fourth Assemblies, and a work book containing the documents to go to the Sections, as well as material for use of the Committees.
Cost: All accommodation in Uppsala will be on an equal level and everybody will be able to live in single rooms. The cost for full accommodation, room boards and service, will be approximately $10 a day per person. In addition, there will be a charge of $30, the registration fee to the Assembly. This indicates that the amount per delegate for participation in the Fourth Assembly will be approximately US$200."
In connection with the allocation of four Anglican places at the Assembly, the Committee on Ecumenical Affairs has passed the following motion:
That a committee, consisting of the Rt. Rev. E.S. Reed, the Rt. Rev. H.R. Hunt and Canon R.R. Latimer, in consultation with the Primate, should bring in nominations for the representatives of the Canadian Church (including the observers) to the Fourth Assembly of the W.C.C. for our next meeting in February, for subsequent submission to the National Executive Council. CARRIED
Text
That the report be received. CARRIED
Subjects
World Council of Churches. Assembly (4th : 1968 : Uppsala, Sweden)
Anglican Church of Canada - Relations - World Council of Churches
Representation on committees - Anglican Church of Canada
Representation on committees - World Council of Churches
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Constitution – Adding two ACIP Nominees to the Council of General Synod

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Date
2010 June 3-11
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 29
Date
2010 June 3-11
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 29
Mover
Chancellor Ronald Stevenson
Seconder
The Ven. Harry Huskins
Text
That this General Synod:
- 1) amend section 33 a) of the Constitution of the General Synod by adding a new subsection viii) as follows:
-- viii) two members who may, but need not be, members of the General Synod, nominated by the Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples and elected by the General Synod; and
- 2) amend section 33 f) of the Constitution by adding a new subsection iv) as follows:
-- iv) in the case of a member elected under the provisions of subsection 33 a) viii), be filled by the Prolocutor, in consultation with the Chair or Co-chairs of the Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples.
CARRIED IN ALL ORDERS Act 29
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod. Constitution
Anglican Church of Canada. Council of General Synod - Membership
Anglican Church of Canada. Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples
Representation on committees - Anglican Church of Canada
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
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Council on Native Affairs

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Date
1983 November
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Date
1983 November
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Mover
Rt. Rev. J.S.P. Snowden
Seconder
Rt. Rev. A. Goodings
Text
That a representative of the Council on Native Affairs be invited to attend meetings of the National Executive Council as an official observer, and that the official observer be given the courtesies of the House at all meetings of the National Executive Council.
And further, that the Organization Committee be asked to examine ways and means of giving full membership to a member of the Council on Native Affairs on the National Executive Council. CARRIED
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. Council on Native Affairs
Anglican Church of Canada. National Executive Council - Membership
Representation on committees - Anglican Church of Canada
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
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