Uh oh … Bishop Fred Hiltz elected as Anglican Church of Canada Archbishop

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Fred Hiltz 60 / 81 *Elected*
The Rt. Rev. Fred Hiltz, Bishop of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, has been elected Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Canada on the fifth ballot.

Bishop Fred Hiltz was born and raised in Dartmouth, N.S. He is a graduate of Dalhousie University (BSc major in Biology) and the Atlantic School of Theology (MDiv). He was ordained a deacon on June 3, 1977, and as priest on June 29, 1978. He served in a number of parishes within the Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island: Christ Church, Sydney; Melford-Guysborough; Timberlea-Lakeside; The Cathedral Church of All Saints, Halifax; and St. John’s Church, Lunenburg.
In October 1994, he was elected Suffragan Bishop, and ordained and installed on January 18, 1995. In November 2001, Bishop Hiltz was elected Coadjutor Bishop, and was subsequently installed Diocesan Bishop on March 21, 2002.

Thanks to the Amazing Peter at Anglican Essentials for the news.