Canadian Adventist Messenger

(1932– ; biweekly; weekly before May 2, 1933; supersedes Eastern Canadian Messenger and Western Canadian Tidings; files in GC ). Official organ of the Canadian Union Conference. It replaced the organs of the two earlier Canadian Union conferences at the time these conferences were united into one in 1932. It began with volume 1, but it bore the same name as the much earlier Canadian Union Messenger , the organ of the original Canadian Union Conference (the eastern provinces only), issued from 1901, which was renamed Eastern Canadian Messenger in 1913, at the time the union was renamed. The Western Canadian Tidings was issued from 1911 to 1932. In 1977 the name was changed from Canadian Union Messenger to Canadian Adventist Messenger . It is published monthly at Maracle Press, Limited, in...

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