Maritime Division


Kettle Competition kicks off the Christmas season


The Salvation Army launched its annual Christmas Kettle Campaign today with the Kettle Kickoff Competition at Scotia Square Mall in downtown Halifax. Special thanks to Tim Horton’s in Scotia Square Mall and Dutch Village Road who provided coffee during the competition.

For the event, five kettles were manned by representatives from the Halifax Mooseheads, Halifax Regional Police, Halifax Fire & Emergency, C100 and CTV who competed against each other to see who could raise the most funds during the lunch […]

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Annual Sleep Country Canada coat drive


Halifax radio station 101.3 The Bounce partnered with Sleep Country Canada to collect coats for The Salvation Army through its “24 Hours Under The Covers for Coats” campaign that took place from November 5 until November 15. Radio personality Amateur Alex spent 24 hours in a bed at the Bayers Lake location of Sleep Country Canada on November 5 collecting coats, to ensure everyone stays warm this winter.

“Last year we collected 600 coats, but this year we […]


Fourth annual Saint John Hope in the City Fundraising Breakfast a success


Canada’s ambassador to Ireland, who heroically shot the lone gunman that stormed Parliament Hill’s Centre Block on Oct.22, 2014 spoke in Saint John today to support The Salvation Army’s fourth annual Hope in the City Leadership Breakfast. The event drew a crowd of approximately 900 to the Saint John Trade and Convention Centre for a morning of networking, inspirational speaking and education. The event raises funds for The Salvation Army’s Emergency Community Response Unit (CRU) and Community and Family Services […]


Lest we forget


On Remembrance Day, what will you and your family remember?

Remembrance Day began in response to the terrible death toll of the First World War. Today, it is as much a tribute to those currently serving in uniform as it is to those who have lost their lives in combat.

Every Remembrance Day, The Salvation Army, along with many Canadians honour and remember those who have served, and continue to serve, during times of war, conflict and peace.

On November 11,  at cenotaphs and war memorials […]