The Anglican Journal is the national newspaper of the Anglican Church of Canada. Editorially independent, the Journal publishes news and opinion related to Anglicanism in Canada and abroad. It also contains an extensive arts and culture section, and classified advertising. Its editor is Marites N. Sison. The headquarters is in Toronto.
The paper was first published under the name Dominion Churchman in 1875; and later as the Canadian Churchman. It is published ten times a year, and is mailed separately or with one of 24 diocesan or regional publications. It is a member of the Canadian Church Press and Associated Church Press.
The Journal has been frequently cited for excellence in journalism, winning 33 awards, including first prize for general excellence, in 2016.
- "Anglican Journal wins 16 Canadian church press awards, May 2, 2016
- "Anglican Journal wins 17 awards from Associated Church Press, April 25, 2016
- "Journal Wins 17 Awards," Anglican Journal, June 1, 2008
- Masthead of the Anglican Journal
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