"The Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples (ACIP), which guides Indigenous ministry in the Anglican Church of Canada, will have mostly new faces for the next three years after elections held August 9  at Sacred Circle, a national gathering of Indigenous Anglicans. Ten people were newly elected to ACIP .... Six members were re-elected". "Under the canon (church law) governing ACIP, the National Indigenous Bishop may also appoint up to three more members: an elder, a young person and an 'at large' person. ACIP's two co-chairs -- Sidney Black, who also Indigenous bishop for Treaty 7 territory in the diocese of Calgary, and Caroline Chum -- announced they would be stepping down from ACIP to allow others to continue their work. The new ACIP met for the first time a day after the elections, and chose [the Rev. Norm] Wesley as one of its co-chairs. The other co-chair will be named at an ACIP meeting slated for November , says Indigenous ministries co-ordinator Canon Ginny Doctor".