[Anglican Communion News Service] The House of Bishops of the Anglican Church of Canada has nominated five of its number for the election of a new primate and archbishop. The current Primate of Canada, Archbishop Fred Hiltz, will retire on July 16 at the end of the province’s triennial General Synod meeting, after serving as leader of the Church since 2007. His successor will be elected by deacon- priest- and lay-members of the General Synod on July 13. The new archbishop will be officially installed on July 16.
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