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  • Chance the Rapper visits his Sesame Street pals

    Escape From New York

    In Sesame Street, our favourite friends find their way home with the help of an unlikely ally. January 14, 2022 by Jeanette Levellie
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    Faith & Friends

    In Sesame Street, our favourite friends find their way home with the help of an unlikely ally.

  • Before and After: The many shades of Jeanette Levellie

    Waving the White Flag

    I agonized over how I looked. Until God showed me His image of myself. January 12, 2022 by Jeanette Levellie
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    Faith & Friends

    Jeanette Levellie realized Jesus was telling her that all her fuss over the colour of her hair was distracting her from His plan for her life—to learn from Him and share His Word. 

  • Clément’s church family helped him acquire his new four-wheeled scooter

    On the Right Path

    With the help of The Salvation Army, Clément overcame his past and found a future. January 7, 2022 by Johanne Roy
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    Faith & Friends

    With the help of The Salvation Army's Pathway of Hope, Clément overcame his past and found a future.

  • Phil Callaway and his grandchildren, Seth and Caleb

    A Couple of Fs

    We can all learn from Prince Philip’s faith and friendship. January 5, 2022 by Phil Callaway
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    Faith & Friends

    We can all learn from Prince Philip’s faith and friendship. 

  • A Boy Called Christmas

    In this new movie, young Nikolas is tasked with bringing a spark of hope to the world. December 23, 2021 by Diane Stark
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    Faith & Friends

    Released on Netflix in November, A Boy Called Christmas is an origin story of  Father Christmas based on the children’s book by Matt Haig of the same name. 

  • O Christmas Tree

    Thanks to a unique program, The Salvation Army in Ottawa shared the joy of Christmas. December 23, 2021 by Heather Prystanski
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    Faith & Friends

    Thanks to a unique program, The Salvation Army in Ottawa shared the joy of Christmas by providing artificial Christmas trees to local families.

  • Derek (left) and Brett Gore have provided more than 5,000 children with brand-new gifts since 2010

    (No) Kids Without Christmas

    Chatham brothers spur community effort to provide toys for children. December 22, 2021 by Melissa Yue Wallace
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    Faith & Friends

    Two brothers from Chatham, Ont., donated more than $5,000 worth of toys to The Salvation Army through their community bottle drive last December, bringing joy to children in need at Christmas. “We like to give back to the community and want to make children’s dreams come true,” says Brett Gore, one of the brothers.

  • Mark Stewart (right) of Ridge Meadows Ministries receives a cheque from Clay Gagnon (2nd from right)

    Stepping Up to the Challenge

    Company helps blow the roof off Salvation Army kettle drive. December 17, 2021 by Melissa Yue Wallace
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    Faith & Friends

    For several years now, the team at Whonnock Roofing and Gutters in Maple Ridge, B.C., has been volunteering and raising support for The Salvation Army Ridge Meadows Ministries through the Christmas kettle campaign.

  • One-Shop Stop

    Making a list and checking it twice is so much easier if you thrift it the smart way! December 17, 2021 by Tijana McAllister
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    Faith & Friends

    Have you ever considered second-hand for those special people in your life? A Salvation Army thrift store is a great way to score unique pieces, stick to your holiday budget and check all the items off your shopping list.

  • Gerry and his son, Keagan

    Creating Lasting Memories

    Kettle volunteer Gerry gives back after being helped by the Army. December 10, 2021 by Gavinder Randhawa
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    Faith & Friends

    The Salvation Army’s red kettles are a symbol of hope for those in need—such as Gerry.