The Anglican Church in North America is being formed from the Common Cause Partners, described as
"... a federation of Anglican Christians that links together eight Anglican jurisdictions and organizations in North America, including the American Anglican Council, the Anglican Coalition in Canada, the Anglican Communion Network, the Anglican Mission in the Americas, the Anglican Network in Canada, the Convocation of Anglicans in North America, Forward in Faith North America, the Reformed Episcopal Church, and the bishops and congregations linked with Kenya, Uganda, and South America’s Southern Cone."
So that we might be clear on the matter, the bishops in this mix include
3 deposed from TEC: Scofield, Duncan and Cox
7 usurper bishops from CANA: Minns, Ames, Anderson, Kanu, Fagbamiye and Bena (resigned US)
7 usurper bishops from AMiA: Murphy, Barnum, Green, Johnston, Glenn, Jones, Miller
2 usurper bishops from Kenya: Murdock and Atwood
2 usurper bishops from Uganda: Guernsey and Fairfield (resigned US)
4 usurper bishops Anglican Coalition in Canada: Harvey, Harding, Stubbs, Deeks.
Now, just to make it clear: None of these bishops is recognized as having jurisdiction in the Anglican Communion. The deposed, because no longer bishops in their church of origin, the renounced and usurpers because they are part of provincial incursions into The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada contrary to Anglican practice, the Other (Reformed Episcopal Church) because they are not bishops of a member church of the Anglican Communion.
And, also to be clear: None of this is to say they are not bishops. For several the issue is about deposition, license and incursion. The theological distinctions required to determine if some of the others are or are not bishops in apostolic orders is another matter. But they are not bishops with recognized authority in the Anglican Communion. That could change, of course, but it has not yet.
So the brand new in formation Anglican Church in North America, aka the Province of the Anglican Church in North America, stands at the moment as a entity with lots of bishops, none with clear claim to place in the Anglican Communion.
It remains to be seen just how the Primates see all this. Of the whole lot (some 39 bishops) it is unclear just who will sign on to ACNA. ACNA claims 30 bishops at its meeting in December.But perhaps the buyer should beware: This mix seems rather odd at best, and destructive at worse.