The Venerable Father Bruce Myers is the Co-adjutor Bishop-elect of Quebec for the Anglican Church of Canada. Raised on a farm in the Ottawa Valley, Father Bruce worked as a journalist and broadcaster for the better part of a decade, including stints as a parliamentary correspondent in Ottawa and Quebec City. He studied theology and ministry at McGill University and Montreal Diocesan Theological College, after which he was ordained deacon and priest in 2004 in the Diocese of Quebec. There he served there in a number of capacities, including as a parish priest, area archdeacon, and missioner for communications. In 2013 Father Bruce moved from Quebec City to Toronto to assume full-time responsibilities with the General Synod. In addition to his degree in theology from McGill, he has earned a master of theology degree from the University of Geneva and the Bossey Ecumenical Institute, and is currently pursuing a doctor of ministry degree, specializing in ecumenical studies, at Saint Paul University in Ottawa. Father Bruce is also a probationer of the Oratory of the Good Shepherd, an international community of lay and ordained Anglicans who share a common rule of life.