Bruxy Cavey, pastor of an Anabaptist megachurch that is one of Canada’s largest churches, has been accused of sexual misconduct and placed on leave while the church undertakes an external investigation.
The United States opened its border to vaccinated Canadians Nov. 8, allowing Canadians once again to volunteer with Mennonite Disaster Service in the U.S.
For Manitoban Terry Doerksen, a Canadian Thanksgiving pilgrimage by oxcart in October was a way to say “thanks” — to God and to those who helped his Mennonite ancestors who came to the province from Russia in the late 19th century.
This year has been busy for Canadian novelist Miriam Toews. Her latest novel, Fight Night, was released in August in Canada and October in the United States. A film version of 2014’s All My Puny Sorrows debuted in September at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Mennonite World Conference is calling on its members to love their neighbors by donating to UNICEF’s campaign to share coronavirus vaccinations around the world.
A plaque commemorating more than 2,000 Mennonite women who worked as live-in maids in Vancouver, B.C., between the 1931 and 1961 was unveiled June 17 by Vancouver Heritage Foundation.