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Who is Charles Morrison?

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Charles Morrison is a Canadian Christian musicologist web developer and creator of a number of web portals that connect the Canadian Christian community. He was the publisher of Christian Music Bulletin from 1992 - 1995. His web portals include,, and He is a collaborator with David Leibold to produce Canada's national Christian concert listing calendar Charles owns and operates his own web hosting companies, with serving the business market, and serving the Christian market and providing great prices for registering web domains..

Born again on August 8, 1974.
(John 3:1-21, 1 Peter 1:23, Romans 6:1-14, Romans 12:1-8)

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Mission Statement of Charles Morrison

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Present Media Ministry of Charles Morrison

Over the years Charles Morrison created and managed the following ministry web sites. Each project was helpful to the Christian community during it's time period.


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Contributions to Canadian Media Made by Charles Morrison

In 1992, Charles Morrison began writing and publishing Christian Music Bulletin, (CMB) a newsletter about Canadian Christian Music. As CMB grew, he added a web site to provide some online resources that would allow people and music industry involved individuals to network and co-operate. The CMB website spawned a links page that was rather unfocussed since it contained links to sites that were in some way connected with the following topics: Canada, Music, Christianity. It grew to include 150 links.

However, there came a point when Charles Morrison realized that he was in a position to offer his unique knowledge and network of Canadian Christian Music web sites. Thus Northern Sites was born in the Spring of 1997. Northern Sites - Canadian Christian Music Links Directory began with 80 links and grew to around 220 in June of 1999. Upon further reflection and viewing several other sites, he realized that there was an opportunity to fill the following needs:

  • to bring broader awareness to Canadian Christian Music Artists (Northern Sites goal)
  • to build a high quality, easy to use Internet information product for Canadian Christians.
  • to develop and deliver an advertising product for Canadian Christian institutional advertisers.
  • having a sense of satisfaction in knowing that Canadian content exists in spite of a strong presence of US culture, which appears even stronger on the net due to a lack of Good Canadian networking products.

These needs could all be realized in a Canadian Christian Search Engine, with a strong, comprehensive and prominently displayed music section. The concept development began in May of 1999. Testing and graphics work was undertaken in June and July 1999. was launched August 16, 1999.

Charles Morrison' is Founding Board Member and Past President of the Manitoba Christian Music Association.

Skills and Abilities of Charles Morrison

Charles Morrison uses his many skills and abilities in web portal development to connect and encourage Canadian Christians. In September 1988 he was the Administrator for the World Christian Gathering of Indigenous People. Today, he also serves as a public school trustee, and chairman for the Portage la Prairie School Division.

Education and Training of Charles Morrison

Charles Morrison graduated from Briercrest College and Seminary (Associate of Arts, Bachelor of Arts) in Caronport, Saskatchewan in 1992. He has also taken courses from Providence College and Theological Seminary (Bachelor Studies), the University of Manitoba (Faculty of Engineering), and the University of Waterloo (Distance Education).