The Diocese of Brandon has a strange website; its creator appears to be proud of the fact that the main page “reflects neither diocesan nor any other policy”:
The Brandon diocesan website is a pro bono site. It neither captures nor stores any information about those browsing it. Not a lot happens in this diocese. The purpose of this main page is to provide a worldwide snapshot of matters judged to be of Christian concern, useful for sermon and intercession material and culled from responsible sources. The very contradictory nature of some of the articles should make it plain that it reflects neither diocesan nor any other policy.
But then, the diocese has a pretty strange bishop too: Jim D. Njegovan. Some of his bizarre antics are chronicled in Zoominfo where this champion of tolerance and inclusion declared:
Bishop Jim Njegovan of the Diocese of Brandon, Manitoba made it clear that neither Anglican Essentials literature nor The Anglican Planet, Canada’s alternative to the officially-sponsored Anglican Journal newspaper would be tolerated in his diocese.
I think the author of the diocesan website has it wrong: a lot happens in the Diocese of Brandon, but not much of it makes sense.