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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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Embracing the Darkness

Embracing the Darkness

The shadows of Maundy Thursday give way to the light of Easter.

Intensive Care

Intensive Care

When hospital chaplain Major Violet Chaulk faced her own battle with cancer, she had to find a personal place of healing.

Opinion & Critical Thought

Cultivating a Christlike Attitude

Cultivating a Christlike Attitude

How to weed out bitterness.

The High Call of Following

The High Call of Following

Do we pray before we complain about our leaders?

Territorial News

Chef Competition Benefits Cranbrook Army

Chef Competition Benefits Cranbrook Army

Seven chefs competed in the first Stone Soup Challenge fundraiser.

Watch THQ Holy Week Services 2015

Watch THQ Holy Week Services 2015

This year’s theme: “Move our Hearts to Remember.”

International News

New International Theological Council Meets for First Time

Inter-church dialogue a key focus of recent meeting.

Salvation Army Responds to Floods in Peru and Chile

Salvation Army Responds to Floods in Peru and Chile

Teams distribute groceries and water to affected communities.

Faith & Friends

Stooping to Greatness

Stooping to Greatness

With one dramatic act, Jesus taught us what it means to have humility.

Business As Usual

Business As Usual

When a homeless man camped out on a Salvation Army thrift-store floor, the generous staff took action.