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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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Walking the Emmaus Road

Walking the Emmaus Road

An encounter with the Risen One inspires hope and transformation.

Reflections on Holy Week

Reflections on Holy Week

Speakers share sermons on love in preparation for Good Friday and Easter.

Opinion & Critical Thought

Celebrating the Risen One with the Rising Sun

Celebrating the Risen One with the Rising Sun

Churches in Orillia gather on Easter morning to share the message that love is the strongest force in the world.

Where Is God When It Hurts?

Where Is God When It Hurts?

The miracle of Easter means you don’t have to face trials on your own.

Territorial News

Breakfast Program Serves Food and Fun

Healthy Families provides a safe environment for children to eat a nutritious meal.

New Executive Appointments Announced

These Salvation Army appointments within the Canada and Bermuda Territory are effective June 27, 2014.

International News

General Reopens “Transformed” Sunbury Court

General Reopens “Transformed” Sunbury Court

Historical building is now home to the International College for Officers and Centre for Spiritual Life Development.

Salvation Army Provides Assistance After Korean Ferry Disaster

Salvation Army Provides Assistance After Korean Ferry Disaster

Relief team provides food and laundry services to rescuers and victims’ families.

Faith & Friends

Book Review: Heaven is for Real

Book Review: Heaven is for Real

Is Heaven is for Real a bona fide account of a little boy’s near-death experience or just wishful thinking?

Doing Art Justice

Doing Art Justice

Jessica Puddicombe’s artwork shines a light on the inequities that exist in Canada and elsewhere.