Pacific Publishing Association / Canadian Branch of Pacific Press Publishing Association, formerly Kingsway Publishing Association (Oshawa, Ontario, US)

A publishing house serving all conferences of the Canadian Union Conference, situated at 1148 King St., E., Oshawa, Ontario. Beginnings of the Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Work in Canada. Before the printing of Seventh-day Adventist publications in Canada began, materials for distribution were published in the United States. George King, the father of colporteur evangelism, was Canadian born. He sold books and took periodical subscriptions in Ontario in 1878 and 1879. Nothing is known of any actual publishing until 1889, when the SDA Publishing Association branch was established in Toronto. G. W. Morse, who was manager of this branch, reported on the work there: “Under the supervision of the Canada Tract and Missionary Society, the canvassing work had already been taken hold of to a ...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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1148 King St., E.
United States