"When Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby met with the primate, Archbishop Fred Hiltz, he was 'very interested' in the work of the Anglican Church of Canada's commission on the marriage canon because of the reality that the Church of England will have to wrestle with the issue of same-sex marriage following its legislative approval in the U.K." "Welby was also very interested in the issue of reconciliation as it relates to the history of the Canadian church's relations with indigenous people and its involvement in the Indian residential school system. 'As he said now, in the Church of England, things are coming to light in terms of abuse in church schools .. they're kind of at that early stage,' and Welby want to know how the Canadian church has responded". "During their two-hour meeting April 8 , Hiltz said Welby was interested in how the church dealt with the conflict over human sexuality, in particular, how the 2010 General Synod in Halifax dealt with the issue in a non-parliamentary manner and how there has been 'continuing conversation' about the matter". Hiltz added "that he informed [Welby] about the church's shared episcopal ministry model. 'I told him that it's in place, [but] it has only been enacted and effective in one diocese -- Montreal'."