Canada and Bermuda
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There are newspaper reports of organised Salvation Army activity in Toronto, Ontario, in January 1882, and five months later the Army was reported holding meetings in London, Ontario. On 15 July the same year, Major Thomas Moore, sent from USA headquarters, established official operations. In 1884 Canada became a separate command. The League of Mercy originated in Canada in 1892. An Act to incorporate the Governing Council of The Salvation Army in Canada received Royal Assent on 19 May 1909.
The work in Newfoundland was begun on 1 February 1886 by Divisional Officer Arthur Young. On 12 January 1896 Adjutant (later Colonel) Lutie Desbrisay and two assistant officers unfurled the flag in Bermuda.
Territorial Headquarters: 2 Overlea Blvd, Toronto, Ontario M4H 1P4, Canada
tel:  (416) 425-2111
fax:  (416) 422-6201
Countries included in the territory: Bermuda, Canada
Languages in which the gospel is preached: Creole, English, French, Indigenous languages (Gitxsan, Nisga’a, Tsimshian), Korean, Lao, Portuguese, Spanish, Thai
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