Canadian Mormons Gives the complete history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Canada from the earliest missionaries in the 1830s to the present day. It chronicles the growth of the church in Canada in detail from 1923, when there was 1 Temple, 3 stakes and 9500 members; to 2016 with 8 temples (and 1 more on the way), 48 stakes and nearly 200,000 members!
- Printed in full colour, with over 450 photos, and 70 maps, timelines, graphs, and charts.
- Inspiring stories of faithful Canadian Latter-day Saints and dedicated missionaries, who sacrificed much to build up the Church.
- Written in graceful reader friendly prose; based on rigorous research in original records.
Edited by Roy A. and Carma T. Prete, with more than forty contributors.
Available October 30, 2017.
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DID YOU KNOW?…
- It takes two days for members to drive more than 1,600 kilometers from Yellowknife, NWT, to the stake center in Edmonton.
- Some people were called on missions to Alberta in 1899 to help build the St. Mary canal and settle in southern Alberta.
- Quebec has two French-speaking stakes, one English speaking stake, and five language wards and branches.
- Joseph Smith visited Ontario twice, once in 1833 and again in 1837. Brigham Young made four trips to Ontario to preach the gospel.
- N. Eldon Tanner and Hugh B. Brown are both from Alberta and served together as counselors to President David O. McKay for seven years from 1963 to 1970.
- When the Saskatoon Stake was divided to form the Regina Stake in 2001, Russell M. Nelson unexpectedly, while standing at the pulpit, called people to serve in the Saskatoon Stake.