The Mission of the Archives is to preserve, protect, and promote the history of The Salvation Army in the Canada and Bermuda Territory for present and future generations.
WHAT WE DO
- Collect printed, written, pictorial, audio-visual and other formatted records of enduring administrative, legal and/or historical significance to The Salvation Army.
- Liaison with Salvation Army heritage facilities in other territories as well as with outside archives and museums in regard to acquiring artifacts and archival records relating to the history of The Salvation Army in the Canada and Bermuda Territory.
- Provide guidelines to Salvation Army officers, departments and corps, for the disposition of all forms of records produced in the course of the business of The Salvation Army.
- Create and maintain a museum display located on the main floor of the Territorial Headquarters building at 2 Overlea Boulevard, Toronto, is open to the public Monday to Friday for SELF GUIDED tours from 8 a.m to 3:30 p.m. is CLOSED due to COVID
- Preserve and protect all collections in accordance with professional procedure.
Provide authorized access to pubic data or artifacts related to Salvation Army history in Canada and Bermuda.
Our collections is comprised of artifacts and records from The Salvation Army Canada & Bermuda Territory including;
- War Cry periodical and historical publications
- Visual Images
- Music and Instruments
- Corps Histories
Director: Major Ron Millar
Assistant Director: Major Mike LeBlanc
Accessionist/Researcher: Major Donna Millar