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In the 2000s, George Sinclair and Ray David left the Anglican Church of Canada because they no longer could in good conscience remain as part of the Anglican Church of Canada. They left at great cost to them and their churches.

But the truth of God compelled them to do so.

ANiC or the Anglican Network in Canada provides a network for Anglicans in Canada who adhere to traditional Christian theology. ANiC is a diocese of the Anglican Church in North America, being in fellowship with about 80 million Anglicans worldwide.

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