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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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Salvation Army Websites

Boundless 2015

Boundless 2015

Highlighting 150 years of salvation and service around the world.

Grace Notes

Grace Notes

National Music Camp staff and students share why it’s the best week of the year.

Opinion & Critical Thought

Give It a (Sabbath) Rest

Give It a (Sabbath) Rest

Our lives are incredibly busy, but we ignore the fourth commandment at our peril.

The Power to Prevail

The Power to Prevail

How the Holy Spirit helps us conquer sin and do good.

Territorial News

Territorial Survey Reveals Most Valued Areas of Ministry

Results to help Army strengthen connection between behaviours and values.

Salvation Army Joins Faith Leaders in Condemning Persecution in Mosul, Iraq

Leaders stand with those committed to ensuring respect for the human rights of all.

International News

Salvation Army Responds After Earthquake in California, USA

Salvation Army Responds After Earthquake in California, USA

Emergency mobile feeding units sent to worst-affected areas in Napa and Vallejo.

Salvation Army Supports Ferguson Community after Fatal Shooting

The Salvation Army offers practical and spiritual support for the community of Ferguson, Missouri, following the shooting of a young man by a police officer.

Faith & Friends

Keeping His Grip on Life

Keeping His Grip on Life

Golfer Ben Crane has parlayed his good fortune into helping abused and abandoned children around the world.

Patricia Hyland’s New Path

Patricia Hyland’s New Path

The choice was clear: kill myself with alcohol or save myself with faith. Only I could decide.