1919 April 1
No dates given.

Missionary work began in Canada in June 1832. By 1852 work had stopped due to most Church members emigrating to Utah. On 1 July 1919, the Canadian Mission was formally organized from the Eastern States and Northern States Missions.

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Mission Founded

1919 April 1

Nephi United States Centenial Jensen Called as President

1919 June–1923 March See Missionaries

Boundary Change

1919 August 1

The province of Manitoba is transferred from the Northern States Mission.

Headquarters Move


The mission home was located at 36 Ferndale Ave., Toronto, Canada.

Boundary Change

1925 September 6

The Maine Conference was transferred from the Eastern States Mission.

Charles Henry Hart Called as President

1927 February–1930 November See Missionaries

John Vitalis Bluth Called as President

1930 December–1935 July See Missionaries

Joseph Quinney Jr. Called as President

1943 May 20–September 13 See Missionaries

Octave Willis Ursenbach Called as President

1943 December–1947 August See Missionaries
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