Continuing to Serve

Posted on 19th June 2020, by larisa
Across Canada and Quebec, The Salvation Army stands by to bring help and hope. This spring, COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus) developed quickly and The Salvation Army, while protecting the 1.6 million people it serves each year as well as its pastors, employees and volunteers, continues to stand by its communities to bring help and hope.  […]
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Thrift Stores open in Quebec

Posted on 17th June 2020, by larisa
We are happy to announce that all the Thrift Stores in Quebec are open starting today. For details in your area, search for your local store at During our temporary closure, we have been preparing for our reopening. We want our guests and donors to feel safe in every interaction they have with us,  […]
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Today, the Rogers family donated $10 million to The Salvation Army to help support Canadians affected by COVID-19. It is the largest private donation the charity has received in its more than 135 years of giving hope to those in need across Canada. “The incredible generosity of the Rogers family is critical to the work  […]
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Small Gestures Can Make a Big Difference

Posted on 29th May 2020, by larisa
From the battlegrounds of war to the front lines of poverty, The Salvation Army is known for giving hope in a time of crisis. National Doughnut Day, held on the first Friday of June, honours The Salvation Army’s “Doughnut Lassies”, who boosted the morale of soldiers during the First World War. During the First World  […]