Canon Donald has been a priest in the Diocese of Toronto since 1989. As a young deacon fresh from seminary, he worked in the Diocese of Belize in Central America. He was made a priest in 1985 in Belize. After leaving Belize, he returned to his home diocese of The North Eastern Caribbean and Aruba to his native island of Antigua.
When Canon Donald arrived in Toronto as a young priest, he was assigned to St. James Cathedral, where he learnt a lot about Canadian life and culture. From the Cathedral, Canon Donald joined the Church of the Epiphany as the assistant priest. Shortly after moving to the Church of the Epiphany, He was called to be the incumbent of The Church of the Nativity. Canon Donald was made an Honorary Canon of St. James Cathedral in 2009 while at the Church of The Nativity, where he spent twenty-one years before moving to become the incumbent of Trinity Church, Barrie.
Since January 2019, Canon Donald has been the incumbent at the Church of St. Andrew Scarborough.
Canon Donald grew up in the youth ministry movement in Antigua and likes working with young people. He has dedicated a good chunk of his ministry to supporting young people, and youth ministry is still very important to him. Canon Donald also enjoys pastoral ministry and like meeting and getting to know his parishioners. He likes gardening and hopes to own a Mini CooperS someday.