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Church's 185th Annual General Conference

More than 100,000 Church members, friends and invited guests are expected to attend the 185th Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that is held Saturday and Sunday 4-5 April 2015, in the Conference Center in Salt Lake City. Thousands of Canadians are joining millions more to watch or listen to conference via television, radio, satellite and Internet broadcasts.

(Watch general conference live.)

Information regarding audio and video streams via the Internet can be found at A detailed broadcast schedule of general conference can be found at For additional information on availability in your area and rebroadcasts, visit

As part of a continued effort to make general conference proceedings more accessible to members around the globe, the priesthood session has been shown live for the second time through expanded channels, including, the Mormon Channel and BYUtv.

Leaders of the Church come from all around the world, including Canadians:

Elder William R.Walker, First Quorum of the Seventy (born in Lethbridge, Alberta)

Elder Randall K. Bennet, Second Quorum of the Seventy (born in Magrath, Alberta)

Elder Alain L. Allard, Sixth Quorum of the Seventy (born in Montreal, Quebec)

Elder G. Lawrence Spackman, Sixth Quorum of the Seventy (born in Edmonton, Alberta)

Elder James E. Evanson, from Lethbridge, Alberta) has been called as a new Area Seventy

Elder Paul D.M Christensen, (born in Vancouver, British Columbia) was released as Area Seventy during the Saturday afternoon session.

Conference coverage, including photos, will be published throughout the weekend on Mormon Newsroom. Additional information will also be posted on the Mormon Newsroom blog. Journalists, bloggers and others can get this material by going to those sites or following them on Facebook, Twitter, or Google+ or by subscribing by email.

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