List of Catholic dioceses in Canada

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The Catholic Church in Canada comprises eighteen ecclesiastical provinces each headed by an archbishop. The provinces in turn comprise 18 archdioceses and 52 dioceses, each headed by an archbishop or a bishop.

List of Latin Provinces and Dioceses[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Edmonton[edit]

The province geographically consists of the majority of Alberta, except for the province's northwestern corner.

Ecclesiastical province of Gatineau[edit]

The province geographically consists of the western third of Quebec.

Ecclesiastical province of Grouard-McLennan[edit]

The province geographically consists of the entirety of Yukon Territory and the Northwest Territories, plus the northwestern corner of Alberta, the western third of Nunavut, and a tiny portion of northern Saskatchewan.

Ecclesiastical province of Halifax[edit]

The province is geographically conterminous with the provinces of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.

Ecclesiastical province of Keewatin-Le Pas[edit]

The province geographically consists of the northern half of Manitoba, the northern third of Saskatchewan, the eastern two-thirds of Nunavut, and a portion of northwestern Ontario.

Ecclesiastical province of Kingston[edit]

The province geographically consists of central and parts of eastern Ontario.

Ecclesiastical province of Moncton[edit]

The province is geographically coterminous with the province of New Brunswick.

Ecclesiastical province of Montréal[edit]

The province geographically consists of south-central portions of Quebec.

Ecclesiastical province of Ottawa[edit]

The province geographically consists of northeastern and parts of eastern Ontario.

Ecclesiastical province of Québec[edit]

The province geographically consists of north-central portions of Quebec.

Ecclesiastical province of Regina[edit]

The province geographically consists of the southern two-thirds of Saskatchewan.

Ecclesiastical province of Rimouski[edit]

The province geographically consists of northeastern portions of Quebec.

Ecclesiastical province of Saint Boniface[edit]

The province geographically consists of the southeastern portion of Manitoba.

Ecclesiastical province of St. John's[edit]

The province is geographically coterminous with the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Ecclesiastical province of Sherbrooke[edit]

The province geographically consists of portions of southeastern Quebec.

Ecclesiastical province of Toronto[edit]

The province geographically consists of southern and portions of northwestern Ontario.

Ecclesiastical province of Vancouver[edit]

The province is geographically coterminous with the province of British Columbia except for the northernmost portion of B.C. above 57 degrees latitude.

Latin Sui iuris Jurisdictions[edit]

The following particular churches are not suffragan to metropolitan sees, but are instead immediately subject to the Holy See. The Archdiocese of Winnipeg (not Metropolitan) is an independent Latin rite district, serving southwestern portions of Manitoba.

Eastern Catholic province and dioceses[edit]

These belong to particular churches, which use a (Byzantine or other) non-Latin rite but are in full communion with Rome, yet have their own Patriarch or other head

Metropolia of Winnipeg (Ukrainian Catholic)[edit]

The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in Canada, a church in full communion with Rome, is organized into a metropolia (or province) consisting of a metropolitan archeparchy (archiocese) and four suffragan eparchies (dioceses).

Other Canadian dioceses of Eastern churches[edit]

Gallery of Archdioceses[edit]

See also[edit]

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