Over the last few months, Archbishop Collins has been as busy as Cardinal Wuerl. In March there was a conference in Canada on the Ordinariate (another report here and here for the schedule). A DVD was made for which the Archbishop taped an introduction where he summarizes the state of affairs and the process that he is following. You can view the intro on YouTube:
If you would like to hear the Archbishop's address to the March conference, you can download an MP3 here, provided by the Anglican Patrimony blog through its podcast.
The Archdiocese has also established a website dedicated to the Canadian ordinariate:
The Canadian ordinariate is not as far along as the British or the American but it is still likely to be formed within the next 12 months or so, if I had to put a timeline on it. Of course, the establishment of the Canadian ordinariate has not been without controversy. Perhaps you have read blogs or online news stories purporting to report on various discussions. Some of these reports have sources; some are based on rumor. None are of great interest to me. In the daily ups and downs of relationship-building, there will be misunderstandings, wrong information, and even insults, intentional and unintentional. People of good will will find a way through, a way over our human failings. A Canadian Anglican Ordinariate will be established. I pray that God will be pleased.