The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda is part of an international religious and charitable organization whose members demonstrate their Christian faith and beliefs through practical concern for the social well-being of all mankind. The Salvation Army operates in more than 120 countries and is headed by the “General” who is located in London, England. The world-wide Salvation Army is divided into “Territories,” “Commands” and “Regions.” The Salvation Army in Canada is part of the “Canada and Bermuda Territory”, which is subdivided into nine “Divisions.”
“The Governing Council of The Salvation Army in Canada” is the primary legal entity that The Salvation Army operates through in Canada. This corporation, which was created by a Special Act of Canada’s Parliament, holds title to most of The Salvation Army’s assets. In Bermuda, The Salvation Army operates through a similar corporation known as “The Salvation Army Corporation of Bermuda,” which was incorporated by a Special Act of the Bermuda Legislature.