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A table full of prepared sandwiches in ziploc bags
When hundreds of truckers ad individuals were suddenly stranded at the Nova Scotia-New Brunswick border due to protests, The Salvation Army corps/church in Truro and Springhill stepped up to provide food, hydration, and emotional and spiritual care. The protests began at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, June 22. By Wednesday morning, word was spreading that hundreds  […]

Statement of Condolence and Support for Muslim Community

Posted on 8th June 2021, by SalvationArmy.ca
Territorial Commander Floyd Tidd says "We grieve deeply the loss of life and pray for healing"
Territorial commander condemns Islamophobia following London, Ont., attack We were shocked and saddened by the senseless violence perpetrated upon an innocent Muslim family as they took a Sunday walk together last weekend in London, Ontario. Four family members lost their lives, and a fifth was seriously injured, when a driver struck them with his vehicle,  […]

11-Year-Old Discovers the Importance of Volunteering

Posted on 10th May 2021, by SalvationArmy.ca
Payton in a mask, sorts food boxes
The COVID-19 pandemic brought many life adjustments for 11-year-old Payton and his family. As he looks back, none of the changes were more impactful for him than the cancellation of organized hockey and the decision to be homeschooled for the 2020-2021 school year. The loss of activity and time with friends was challenging as Payton  […]