The 107 photographs presented here are the first and only published overview of Canada's stained glass. Every photo is briefly annotated and navigates easily to the photos preceding and following it. You can also go directly to any photo by clicking on its thumbnail.

The sequence is West to East, from Vancouver Island to Nova Scotia.

While not comprehensive, the series does  suggest the wide range of stained glass in various styles by both Canadian and European studios.  There are unexpected delights from at least five countries, including  a window created in 1533  for the Benedictine Priory at Flavigny-sur-Moselle in France, by the Master glazier of Metz Cathedral, Valentin Bousch.