"I read, with dismay, that General Synod is considering making the 'Anglican Journal' a web-only communication. This implies that people who do not use a computer, or cannot afford one, are not important. I would guess that is about one-quarter of Canadian Anglicans, and I insist that we are just as important as our computer-savvy sisters and brothers. I suggest you follow the lead of the Girl Guides of Canada and have online for people with email and a printed copy for those without email. This would slash the printing and postage costs and would keep the newspaper viable". "If you send your annual 'check your parish roll' list, we can change the address to email for as many people as possible. Then everyone will still get the 'Anglican Journal', either online or in the mail. Perhaps the online savings will allow an increase in the number of pages in the paper !"