The Salvation Army flies high at City Hall

by Maritime

Salvation Army Week (Dec. 12-18) officially kicked off with a flag raising at City Hall in Fredericton, Moncton, and Halifax.

Through the overcast skies and the snowfall, The Salvation Army flag could be seen flying high at City Hall. In a show of support for the work of The Salvation Army, a number of city officials were on hand for the event, including Mayor Mike O'Brien (Fredericton), Mayor Dawn Arnold (Moncton), Mayor Ann Seamans (Riverview), Councillor Jean-Marc Brideau (Dieppe), Mayor Mike Savage (HRM), Deputy Mayor Steve Craig (HRM), and Councillor Shawn Cleary (HRM). 

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As the largest non-governmental provider of social services in Canada, The Salvation Army provides practical assistance to over 1.3 million Canadians. Salvation Army Week serves as an opportunity to raise awareness of homelessness in the Maritimes, and to end the cycle of poverty in our community. 

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With more than 1.9 million Canadians living in poverty, The Salvation Army is committed to providing dignity and compassion for all. The Salvation Army touches all aspects of social services, providing shelters, food banks, early childhood care, addictions programs, corrections programs, assisted living for seniors, immigrant services, children's camps and more.

Through the dedicated efforts of our volunteers, generosity of our donors, and support of the community, The Salvation Army is able provide hope and a helping hand to our neighbours in need. 

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