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The Salvation Army exists to share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of our world.  Each position contributes to the mission of The Salvation Army. Watch/read inspiring stories from some of those who have been helped through The Salvation Army’s programs: The Salvation Army Support Fleeing  […]

The Salvation Army exists to share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of our world.  Each position contributes to the mission of The Salvation Army. Permanent part-time employment with The Salvation Army (less than 25 hours per week) will provide you with a competitive compensation  […]

The numbers are eye-opening. On any given night in Canada, more than 4,000 women and 2,400 children are living in emergency shelters. “Homelessness is devastating and confusing when you have no choice but to leave an unsafe situation,” says 59-year-old Marguerite. “After a family altercation I ended up couch surfing with friends. Then I moved  […]

Territorial Commander Commissioner Floyd J. Tidd was born and raised in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, where he began his journey in Christian faith, and with The Salvation Army, as a child in Sunday school. After high school, Floyd pursued a career in medicine, which resulted in a bachelor’s degree in science. In 1984, he and his  […]

One of the best ways for Canadians to understand and appreciate the complex world of First Nations peoples is to hear from those who have lived it and achieved milestones Shari Russell was just under two when she was plucked from her home with no warning—no knowledge or consent from her family or band. In  […]

Sudbury – It was a cold and windy morning, but that did little to deter Shannon and Erin Duguay from getting into the Christmas spirit. The two were at Science North on Saturday for the annual Salvation Army Santa Shuffle, their third time participating in the five-kilometre fun run and one-kilometre Elf walk. “(Erin) will  […]

The familiar sound of bells ringing echoed throughout the New Sudbury Centre on Thursd ay as the Salvation Army launched the annual Christmas Kettle Campaign. Capt. Tony Kennedy, area commander of the Salvation Army, said the money raised from the campaign “supports our ministry throughout the year.” The local campaign goal is $175,000. Last year,  […]

Jay Barnard’s story of addiction goes back to age eight. Unable to cope with the effects of his parents’ separation and divorce, he turned to food for comfort. Within months he had bulged to a disturbing 200 pounds. By age 12 Jay was drinking, then drinking more. At age 14 he bought marijuana on the street. Then it wasn’t long before he was using harder drugs.

The Salvation Army will look at new ways to help Sudbury’s most vulnerable residents, thanks to a $28,500 grant from the provincial government. Sudbury MPP Rick Bartolucci made the announcement on behalf of No r t h e r n Development and Mines Minister Michael Gravelle. “The Salvation Army in Sudbury has been a valuable  […]