Navigating the immigration process with ARIS

Posted on 12th April 2017, by Maritime
On the edge of Julie MacDonald’s desk sits a stack of folders, each one to two inches thick. The tall filing cabinet in the corner of her office holds hundreds of folders filled with documents and immigration applications. “Some of the files in this filing cabinet are still active from 2012” she says. “The majority  […]

Reducing the tax burden with The Salvation Army

Posted on 3rd April 2017, by Maritime
It’s tax season and once again The Salvation Army is offering complimentary clinics across the Maritimes to help those living on low or fixed incomes. While filing personal income tax is required by law, it has its benefits. For those living on low or fixed incomes, income tax filing makes them eligible for GST credits, property  […]

Lakeview Manor receives accreditation

Posted on 23rd March 2017, by Maritime
This month, The Salvation Army was proud to present a certificate of accreditation to Lakeview Manor in Riverview, New Brunswick. For 35 years, Lakeview Manor has been providing long-term care to seniors in New Brunswick. The 50-bed facility provides focused, holistic care to its residents ensuring that each person is treated with dignity. In its  […]

The Craigs learn how future planning can lead to philanthropy

Posted on 15th March 2017, by Maritime
After sitting with their financial planner to discuss retirement, Margaret and David Craig discovered they could help The Salvation Army by sharing their earnings through charitable giving. As Margaret explains, “David contributed generously to RRSP’s during his working life, but there comes a time when you will be taxed on what has been accumulating tax-free.  […]

Keenagers: Young at heart, big in spirit

Posted on 3rd March 2017, by Maritime
In Moncton, a spirited group of men and women meet to go on outings, laugh, and share stories. They are partaking in a program called Keenagers, a monthly gathering that bring together seniors, age 55 years and older, for companionship, socializing, and entertainment. After retirement, many seniors find themselves with an empty nest, and often  […]

25 years of giving back

Posted on 14th February 2017, by Maritime
Carl Fader has an infectious laugh and a look of sincerity in his eyes that suggest a life well-lived. At 86 years old, Carl has chosen to dedicated his retirement years in service to others by volunteering with The Salvation Army. Carl's introduction to The Salvation Army was during his childhood on McNabs Island when  […]

The Salvation Army in Truro talks mental health over tea

Posted on 27th January 2017, by Maritime
According to Statistics Canada, there are more people in Canada over the age of 65 than there are youth under 15. This amounts to nearly 5.8 million people at retirement age or older. As social media campaigns raise awareness of mental health issues, The Salvation Army Truro corps is putting a spotlight on mental health in older adults during  […]
Paralympian and Sailing World Champion Paul TIngley will serve as keynote speaker for the sixth annual Hope in the City Leadership Breakfast, presented by Nova Scotia Power. The Hope in the City Leadership Breakfast is an annual fundraiser, bringing together 400 business and community leaders in support of the programs and services of The Salvation  […]