The "Toronto Group" with which Fr Foote met is evidently not affiliated with TAC or ACCC. It is described in the FA article as comprised of about 30 people on a mailing list, not all of whom are definitely known to have sent in the required paper work for reception by Rome.
This is significant, as it illustrates once again how TAC has been sidelined and snubbed by the Roman hierarchy. The ACCC embargo on the RC "mentor priests" seems still to be in effect. This sidelining is what's at the bottom of all the anger from the TAC crowd.
Two events in two Canadian cities, Victoria, British Columbia and Toronto, demonstrate two approaches to the idea of unity in the Church, and in doing so demonstrate as well that the very subject creates its own kind of division. Even as my predecessor, Rev. William Foote (one time Rector of St. Benedict's Anglican Catholic Church long before I stepped into that position, and who went to the Roman Catholic Church via the Pastoral Provisions, eventually "ordained" by them), as a representative of Rome, was meeting with the few people who plan to enter an ordinariate, Archbishops Mark Haverland (ACC) and James Provence (Anglican Province of Christ the King, APCK) were meeting with Presiding Bishop Brian Marsh of the ACA and Canadians who had been in the ACCC (Presiding Bishop Peter Robinson, of the United Episcopal Church North America, UECNA, could not be present because of last minute developments; but his paper was read there- and we hope he might post it here).