British Columbia Division

Metro Vancouver Transit Police to provide a helping hand.

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Metro Vancouver Transit Police are partnering with The Salvation Army to provide support for vulnerable individuals. The Salvation Army has generously donated 200 blankets to Transit Police that will be distributed throughout the winter season. Officers are being encouraged to stock their patrol cars at the beginning of each shift, and to hand them out to those in need throughout their day. “The blankets will provide a small measure of comfort, but will also give the officers the opportunity to offer additional help in terms of food, shelter, medical, or

Dec-8---Thank-You

Thank You for shuffling with us.

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Thank you to all the runners and participants, The Beat 94.5, Denai Johnson, DJ Kris Reign and wonderful our sponsors who helped to make this year’s Santa Shuffle the best to date.

Maple Ridge Adopt-A-Family in short supply.

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For many, the holiday season is a time of family and togetherness. The extra costs that go in to food, gifts and outings are a welcome and planned for part of some families’ budgets. But for a few, the costs

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Dignity for all at The Salvation Army Caring Place.

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This beautiful, crisp weather is a welcome change for many from the usual dreary, damp winter days in British Columbia. But for a small number of people in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows, this sharp cold means adversity, vulnerability and fear. The Salvation Army Caring Place in Maple Ridge is committed to helping these people, and others still; others who face poverty, drug addiction and mental illness. Once a year for the last three years, The Caring Place has asked the community, local businesses and other non-profit organizations in our