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Ribbon Is Cut On The Salvation Army Centre Of Hope

Posted on 16th October 2019, by blairmalaz
Special Guests pose for a photo after cutting the ribbon. From left to right: MLA James Teitsma, Majors Rodney and Paulette Bungay, City Councillor Markus Chambers and Vivian Santos (Acting Deputy Mayor), Commissioner and Territorial Commander Susan McMillan, Majors Shawn and Brenda Critch, The Winnipeg Foundation's Megan Tate. Photo Credit: Blair Malazdrewich
After 4 years and $14 million, The Salvation Army Winnipeg Booth Centre has taken on a new name: The Salvation Army Centre of Hope. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on September 16th, 2019. The event was open to the public and featured distinguished guests, speakers and The Salvation Army Band. Commissioner Susan McMillan had the  […]
Walmart Fort Frances Store Manager, Sherri Dyck and Auxiliary-Captain Arthur Heathcote, The Salvation Army Fort Frances Corps, grab a quick photo together.
On Wednesday, July 24th, Auxiliary-Captain Arthur Heathcote of The Salvation Army Fort Frances Corps, stopped in at the local Walmart Store to say “Thank you” to Store Manager, Sherri Dyck and her employees for raising funds through the Walmart 2019 “Fight Hunger Spark Change” campaign. Together, customers and associates at the Walmart Canada were champions  […]

SASKATCHEWAN GENEROSITY TRANSFORMS GATHERING SPACE INTO LIVING SPACE

Posted on 19th February 2019, by The Salvation Army in Canada
SASKATCHEWAN GENEROSITY TRANSFORMS GATHERING SPACE INTO LIVING SPACE
On Thursday, January 24th we celebrated gifts of new furniture to the Supportive Residential Unit (SRP), at the Regina Waterston Centre, with the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation (SSCF). At the beginning of 2018, we set out to replace worn out sofas and armchairs in the SRP.  The SRP provides an alternative residential service option for  […]
After the torrential rainfall at the end of June, Saskatchewan continues to be devastated by flooding in the southern region. The Salvation Army continues to support the affected communities and work with other emergency disaster agencies. To date there have been a total of 450 volunteer hours, approximately 6000 lbs of water, 550 meals, 170  […]