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Jul27MonNew centre houses a thrift store, community and family services and corps. July 27, 2015
The Salvation Army rolled out the red carpet for the opening of its new centre in Quebec City in June. A hundred people attended the inauguration and participated in a guided tour of the new facility and the services it offers. At 22,000 square feet (2,044 square metres), the new Poste de Québec is designed to help more people annually.
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“The friendly decor will allow people to feel at home,” says Marie-Hélène Piaud, development co-ordinator. “The objective is to create an environment where everyone can feel good. People can also come and have coffee with the team to escape loneliness.”
The centre now houses a thrift store, community and family services and the Quebec City corps. The building also provides space for administration, public relations and volunteers