List of dioceses of the Anglican Church of Canada
The Anglican Church of Canada, a member church of the worldwide Anglican Communion, contains twenty nine dioceses and one non-diocesan administrative region organised into four ecclesiastical provinces.
All but five dioceses are contiguous with a single civil province or territory. The exceptions are the Arctic, Keewatin, Moosonee, Ottawa, and Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.
Each diocese has a bishop, four of whom are archbishops serving as metropolitans of their ecclesiastical province. Dioceses are self-governing entities, incorporated under the Corporations Act of the civil province or territory in which they are active. Diocesan synods generally meet annually and have responsibility for all aspects of church life, except that which concerns doctrine, discipline, or worship. These matters are the purview of the General Synod of the national church, which meets triennially and at other times delegates its powers to an elected body of clergy and laity called the Council of General Synod and to the Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada.
Dioceses and bishops 
Senior archbishops 
The four metropolitans (who all bear the style of The Most Reverend) are:
- Canada: Claude Miller, Archbishop of Fredericton
- Rupert's Land: David Ashdown, Archbishop of Keewatin
- Ontario: Colin Johnson, Archbishop of Toronto
- British Columbia and the Yukon: John Privett, Archbishop of Kootenay
The Primate (who has no diocese and is styled The Most Reverend) is Fred Hiltz.
See also 
- List of Anglican dioceses (worldwide)
- The Anglican Parishes of the Central Interior encompasses the area formerly known as the Anglican Diocese of Cariboo (founded 1839), which was rendered insolvent by legal claims arising from abuse that occurred in Church-administered First Nations residential schools, and ceased to operate on December 31, 2001. The parishes are currently the pastoral responsibility of the Metropolitan of the ecclesiastical province, and are overseen by a suffragan bishop to the Metropolitan.
- The old Diocese of Newfoundland was founded in 1839. The Diocese of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador came into being upon that diocese's 1976 split.