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  • Human Trafficking in Canada

    More than a statistic. September 29, 2020 By Major Ray Lamont
    Filed Under:
    Feature
    Salvation Army officer Major Ray Lamont calls Salvationists to engage with human trafficking statistics on a deeper level.
  • Hurricane and Wildfire Emergency Responses Continue Across U.S.A.

    The Salvation Army's Emergency Disaster Services staff and volunteers help serve local communities. September 29, 2020
    Filed Under:
    International News
    The Salvation Army U.S.A. continues to serve during the second most active Atlantic hurricane season on record.
  • Invisible Chains

    Fighting human trafficking from coast to coast. September 28, 2020 By Leigha Vegh
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    Feature
    Jackie McLennan is a survivor of human trafficking who is sharing the love of Jesus with others ever since she experienced it in her own life.
  • Angila Holden and her four grandchildren (clockwise from top left) Zander, Ethan, Tyson and Braysen,

    Nickel-and-Diming It

    Angila Holden and her four grandchildren are helping The Salvation Army during the time of COVID-19. September 25, 2020 by Ken Ramstead
    Filed Under:
    Faith & Friends
    Angila Holden and her four grandchildren raised money to provide milk for The Salvation Army’s community and family services in Listowel, Ont.
  • Victoria Morrison speaking at the Hope in the City breakfast in Winnipeg

    One Strand at a Time

    Human-trafficking survivor Victoria Morrison is putting her life back together. September 23, 2020 by Shannon Wise
    Filed Under:
    Faith & Friends
    A victim of human-trafficking, Victoria Morrison escaped and, with the help of The Salvation Army, is not only putting her life back together but now assists other survivors.
  • The Social Network

    Our media engagement should reflect our faith and values. September 22, 2020 By Lt-Colonel John P. Murray
    Filed Under:
    Opinion & Critical Thought
    Salvation Army officer Lieutenant-Colonel John P. Murray discusses the responsibility of Salvationists to engage and respond to ideas and opportunities, but with an added measure of grace, balance and civility.
  • The Messengers of Reconciliation, the Messengers of Grace and the Training College staff

    Messengers of Reconciliation Welcomed

    Canada and Bermuda Territory recognizes new cadets and officers in training. September 21, 2020 by Pamela Richardson
    Filed Under:
    Territorial News

    On Sunday, September 20, Commissioner Floyd Tidd, territorial commander, presided over a special livestreamed service to welcome 16 cadets from the Messengers of Reconciliation Session, one field-based tailored training (FBTT) cadet and two newly accepted auxiliary-captains. 


  • Children check out the bucket gardens available for free at The Salvation Army’s Renew Church

    Bucket List

    The Salvation Army and Incredible Edible Okanagan tackle food insecurity one garden at a time. September 21, 2020 Melissa Yue Wallace
    Filed Under:
    Feature
    Fighting food insecurity is one reason why The Salvation Army’s Renew Church and Community Ministries in West Kelowna, B.C., distributed 25 free, self-watering bucket gardens—each containing a Tiny Tim tomato, cucumber and lettuce seedling—to the community in June.
  • What’s in a Name?

    Three things that deserve the label “Christian.” September 17, 2020 by Darryn Oldford
    Filed Under:
    Opinion & Critical Thought
    Ascribing the label “Christian” to fantasy books or businesses does not sanctify anything, but rather markets a product in hopes you will buy it.
  • My Brother’s Keeper

    The Canadian Council of Churches calls for end to Safe Third Country Agreement. September 16, 2020 by Peter Noteboom
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    Web Exclusive
    Acts of charity and justice can relieve suffering and put people on a better course, but right changes in policy and legislation can be much more effective over the long term in treating people with justice, dignity and hospitality.
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