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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  […]

UPDATE: Golden West Centennial Lodge Flood

Posted on 19th May 2014, by
UPDATE May 28, 2014:  Assessment of damages at Golden West Centennial Lodge has been completed and restoration work is underway.  However, due to the damages, we are unable to ensure the building will reopen safely for resident care next week as originally hoped. Golden West Centennial Lodge is making plans with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority  […]

Beaver Creek – Spring Break Camp

Posted on 23rd April 2014, by
SASKATOON, SK – We all have heard the term “Happy Camper”. This statement couldn’t be truer than at the  2nd Annual Salvation Army Spring Break Camp.  50 children attended a five day camp filled with fun, fellowship and adventure during spring break. “Providing an opportunity for kids to have something positive, fun and memorable to  […]

Turning the Wheels of Dignity

Posted on 20th November 2013, by
Winnipeg, MB – The Salvation Army Community Venture program has been providing day programs and outreach in Winnipeg since 1986 to women and men living with mental and physical disabilities.  Community Venture is devoted to supporting adults living with disabilities by providing them opportunities to work and participate in the community.  Travel is required to  […]

Helping Children Cope with Anger

Posted on 21st May 2013, by
Since The Salvation Army entered Regina in 1895 it has gained a reputation of feeding the hungry, clothing the less-fortunate and sheltering men, women and families. While helping the aforementioned remains a high priority for The Salvation Army, another priority is to lead our youth into a bright future free of harming themselves and others.  […]

Giving Hope amidst devastation in Ochre Beach

Posted on 13th May 2013, by
Dauphin, MB – The Salvation Army is on location at Ochre Beach following the devastation caused by a massive wall of ice blown ashore from Dauphin Lake. “The devastation is heart rending,” states Major Grayling Crites of The Salvation Army. “We responded immediately when called upon over the weekend.  We arrived on site to provide  […]
Story courtesy of the Regina Leader Post: The “lottery truck” pulls up to the Salvation Army’s Waterston Centre every Tuesday afternoon. After the wheels come to a stop, those in Kevin Hall’s mind begin churning with meal ideas as he surveys the weekly grocery haul. “I call it the lottery truck because you never know  […]
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Story courtesy of The Moose Jaw Times Herald: Moose Jaw, SK – In honour of its 125 Anniversary, the Moose Jaw Salvation Army celebrated in style. Kicking off a full day of events, a free breakfast was served at the community complex Saturday morning. For those wishing to learn more about the deep history behind  […]
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Regina, Saskatchewan – The Salvation Army welcomed special guests to their kitchen Friday, March 15th, 2013 to see first-hand an exciting new partnership with The Mosaic Company.  The Mosaic Backpack Feeding Program provides backpacks filled with nutritious food to at-risk elementary students, addressing the need for weekend nutrition programs in Regina schools. Mosaic announced it  […]
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Meadow Lake area residents who need legal help but cannot afford it will have somewhere to turn in the near future. The Pro Bono Law Society of Saskatchewan (PBLS) has announced the opening of a free legal clinic in Meadow Lake that will open to the public on March 1. Free legal services will be  […]
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