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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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Repairing the Harm

Repairing the Harm

Restorative justice heals broken relationships.

Forward March

Forward March

Learning to rely on God as we advance his kingdom.

Opinion & Critical Thought

Outbreak

Outbreak

What’s the best way to handle the Ebola crisis?

Territorial News

The Salvation Army Marches Into the Christmas Season

The Salvation Army Marches Into the Christmas Season

Salvationists spread holiday cheer in the 2014 Toronto Santa Claus Parade.

Territorial Congress 2014 Survey

Territorial Congress 2014 Survey

Did you attend Territorial Congress 2014? We’d love to hear from you! Your feedback will help us improve future events. Please take a moment to complete this brief survey (3-4 minutes). Thank you for your thoughtful input.

International News

Boundless Bible Challenge Resources Now Available

Boundless Bible Challenge Resources Now Available

Resources include new app to help Salvationists read through New Testament in 2015.

One Army at Christmas: Video Contributions Requested

Music groups invited to submit recordings for IHQ video.

Faith & Friends

Holy Hip Hop

Holy Hip Hop

In a musical genre often dominated by misogyny and profanity, Lecrae Moore raps a different tune.

“He Died for Freedom and Honour”

“He Died for Freedom and Honour”

A hundred years ago, Edward James Clark made the ultimate sacrifice.