No the Anglican Church in Canada is not part of the United Church, thankfully.
The United Church founded itself in Canada as a union of Presbyterians, Methodists, and Congregationalists. Remarkably, many Presbyterians did not sign up and they have their nice little churches here in Canada, separate from the United. It’s a shame in going for country drives in Canada that one sees beautiful United Churches built in beautiful 19th Architecture and steeples, gorgeous lawns, and yet those parishioners who built those churches originally would in all honesty be astonished at what their church now teaches. The United Church in Canada is known as the NDP (our Socialist Party) at prayer. Their main mover now, IMHO, is not Christ but leftist progressivist social-political action. To some Moderators of the United Church (head-honchos) Jesus Christ’s divinity can be questioned and denied without any penalty and the triune essence of God denied. It that’s an acceptable tenet of faith for a church leader to have, then this is your church.
The Anglican Church is separate and like the United has some magnificent cathedrals and churches (I’m trying to remember but I think their 2 Cathedrals in Toronto might outdo in size our St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Cathedral). They, Canadian Anglicans, are not necessarily stringent leftists like much of the United. However, strains are developing, I assume because of what is blowing up continent from the U.S. Episcopelian Church (a member of the world Anglican Communion like Canada’s Anglican Church). The issues of womens’ ordination firstly and then homosexual unions later led chronoligally first to the break-off (maybe not right word obviously, so traditionalist) Anglican Catholic Church of Canada anglicancatholic.ca/ and the Anglican Network of Canada. anglicannetwork.ca/
I’m Catholic so probably made some mistakes in such a short answer but perhaps the Anglo-Catholic poster can kindly correct me if I’m wrong.