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    Meet the Messengers of Reconciliation and Auxiliary-Captains New officers mobilized to share hope in a hurting world.

    May and June issues now available in print and online at issuu.com/salvationist

    Rethinking the Shelter

    How The Salvation Army Gateway navigated the pandemic—and what we learned along the way.

    FeatureCOVID-19

    Emergency shelters are an important part of responding to homelessness, but as the housing crisis in Canada has continued to worsen, they’ve become less effective at solving the problem.

    Policy 101

    Why updating the terms we use in The Salvation Army matters

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    The Salvation Army will always need good policies to guide us, and that requires us to put our mission at the forefront and listen to the people the policy will impact, our mission partners and those we serve each day.

    The Salvation Army is active in more than 130 countries worldwide. With such a wide scope of ministry, there are many service opportunities for both officers and lay personnel interested in serving overseas. Below is a list of available positions in other Salvation Army territories, prepared by the IHQ personnel

    Government Announces $150 Million for The Salvation Army and Other NGOs

    Humanitarian workforce program funding enables Army to build capacity in response to emergencies.

    Territorial NewsCOVID-19Emergency Disaster Services

    During Emergency Preparedness Week in May, the Government of Canada announced $150 million in funding to support non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in their humanitarian response to COVID-19 and other large-scale emergencies.

    One Family at a Time

    Captain Bhreagh Rowe believes in doing everything with purpose.

    Feature

    After having her first child, Captain Bhreagh Rowe turned to writing as a creative outlet for her thoughts. Now, she shares her family's love of God through social media.

    Sisters in Spirit

    A Salvation Army thrift store marks Red Dress Day.

    Web Exclusive

    How would love respond to the statistics that reflect the fact that Indigenous women and girls are 12 times more likely to be murdered or missing than any other women in Canada?