The Anglican Church actually does have a canonized saint , the last King of England who was beheaded, King Charles I. I dont know how that is workable considering that most Protestants dont believe in the theology concerning the communion of saints
The Anglican Church has a canonized saint because the Anglican Church believes in the communion of the saints
wish people would check Wikipedia or do a Google search before lumping groups of Protestants together.
The Anglican Church not only venerates saints, but it also venerates and honors the Blessed Mother, has icons, statues, and many other elements common in the Roman Catholic and Orthodox Churches. This is because it has a shared History with these churches.
Worship in the Anglican Church is Liturgical and sacramental. If one were to attend the Eucharistic Liturgy of an Anglo-Catholic parish, one might actually think they were in a Tridentine Roman Catholic Mass; that is how Liturgical Anglican worship is.
For the record, the Anglican Church, the Lutheran Church, and the Methodists all believe in the communion of saints, and have saints within their Churches.
It is more of the Baptists, Pentecostals, and Charismatics that stray from this belief.