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Today the Army in Canada has 798 active officers (clergy), 18,090 soldiers (church members) and just over 39,000 adherents, that is, people who claim The Salvation Army as their church home. There are 307 corps (community churches), close to 140  service/social institutions and one university/college.  In addition to 152,000 volunteers, almost 10,000 people are employed by The Salvation Army in the Canada and Bermuda Territory. Forty Canadian Salvation Army officers and lay personnel also serve worldwide.

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Their Lights Will Shine

Their Lights Will Shine

Digging beneath the surface of The Salvation Army’s historical ministry to coal miners and their families.

Kicking It

Kicking It

Kung Fu for Christ encourages discipline and discipleship.

Opinion & Critical Thought

Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet?

The Salvation Army has made great strides for women in ministry, but there’s still work to be done.

The Bible With Boots On

The Bible With Boots On

How our first doctrine helps us walk the talk.

Territorial News

Salvation Army Shelter to Display Student Art

Salvation Army Shelter to Display Student Art

Art students partner with Salvation Army shelter to provide comfort and hope.

Territorial Leaders Visit Southern Alberta

Territorial Leaders Visit Southern Alberta

Week-long tour includes many stops throughout the region.

International News

International Conference of Leaders Ends in Unity and Thanksgiving

Conference filled with rich conversation and debate on issues facing The Salvation Army in the 21st century.

Chief of the Staff Emphasizes Accountability at ICL

Commissioner William A. Roberts calls Salvation Army to higher standards at day six of International Conference of Leaders.

Faith & Friends

More Than a Cooking Lesson

More Than a Cooking Lesson

A Salvation Army healthy eating program in Vancouver helps vulnerable newcomers.

The Great Racer

The Great Racer

George Del Canto proves you don’t need a fast car to be a winner.