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Salvation Army bell ringer hit for not saying 'Merry Christmas'

Phoenix - In this so-called P.C. world, it is sometimes difficult to say the right thing during the festive season, as a Salvation Army bell ringer found out when she said "Happy Holidays" to a woman outside Walmart, and got hit for not saying "Merry Christmas."

Video: Building collapses in Philadelphia, 2 feared trapped

A building collapsed in downtown Philadelphia Wednesday morning. Local fire officials digging through the rubble say they fear that people are still trapped inside it.

Video: 'Army of Two — Devil's Cartel' launch trailer

"Army of Two: Devil's Cartel," the third installment of the "Army of Two" third-person shooter series, is now available and the launch trailer has been made available.

Video: 'Army of Two — Devil's Cartel' hip-hop music video

The newest promotional video has been released for the upcoming "Army of Two: Devil's Cartel" which is the third installment of the "Army of Two" games. This promo video is a full-length music video performed by hip-hop artists B.o.B and Big Boi.

Video: 'Army of Two — Devil's Cartel' AAA Blockbuster trailer

The newest trailer for "Army of Twy: Devil's Cartel" has been released by Electronic Arts. This trailer is known as the "AAA Blockbuster" trailer.

Video: 'Army of Two — Devil's Cartel' Overkill trailer

The newest trailer has been released for the upcoming third-person shooter game called "Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel." This is called the "Overkill" trailer.

Rubbish dumped outside Salvation Army stores costs them money Special

Sydney - At a press conference today, Salvation Army Chaplain Major Robert Sneller urged the community to stop dumping unusable donations and rubbish outside Salvo stores this holiday season.

Toronto police arrest man accused of stealing Salvation Army toys

David Rennie, manager of the Salvation Army warehouse on Railside Drive in Toronto that had some $2 million worth of toys and other items stolen from it, has been arrested in that city. Rennie turned himself into police on Monday morning.

Truckloads of toys stolen from Toronto Salvation Army recovered

Toys the Salvation Army recently said were stolen from one of their Toronto warehouses over the past 2 years have been recovered. Police discovered the toys in a Brampton warehouse and while they haven't said as much, it appears to be an inside job.

Salvation Army seeks softer 'jingle bell', after woman calls cops

Portsmouth - The Salvation Army says it will find a quieter "jingle bell" after a woman called police about the excessive clanging — causing her to "hate Christmas."

Police investigate theft from and defrauding of Salvation Army

Toronto - A month before Christmas, Toronto police are investigating the alleged theft of toys worth $2 million from a Salvation Army warehouse. And police in Ottawa are looking into allegations that $240,000 has been defrauded or stolen from the charity.

Diamonds, Krugerrands found in Salvation Army red kettles

Shawnee - A sure sign of Christmas approaching is the sight of the Salvation Army bell ringers and red kettles. And while some see the kettles as a place to drop spare change or a few dollars others see them as an opportunity to deposit more valuable goods .

Secret Santa spreads hope, cheer, gives away $100 bills

Reading - A elderly gentleman dressed in red and wearing a cap with "Elf" embroidered on the back brightened up the holiday season for residents of Reading, Pa, when he visited the Salvation Army thrift shop, laundromats and bus terminals passing out $100 bills.

Salvation Army defends its stance as LGBT groups call for boycott

The Salvation Army defends itself in its views of homosexuality even as gay and lesbian groups are urging people not to donate money to their red kettle drive this holiday season.

CTV's 16th Annual Toy Mountain campaign is underway

Toronto - The 16th annual Toy Mountain campaign has begun and there are many ways that you as an individual can help this campaign ensure that children in the Greater Toronto Area do indeed have a very Merry Christmas.

Op-Ed: Can’t pay, won’t pay – a lesson in Greek economics

The reaction of the Greek Government to its debt crisis has been to submit to the dictatorship of finance with a package of "austerity" measures. An alternative solution is for Greece to default and take back its sovereignty.

Op-Ed: Out of the ashes, a Salvation Army store reborn Special

When the Salvation Army store at Yagoona in Sydney’s southwest burned down in a truly senseless arson attack, local people were more than “outraged”. They were furious. The store has been rebuilt, and a major community service is back in business.

Salvation Army withdrawing from A.R Goudie Eventide Home

Kitchener - A.R Goudie Eventide, senior's home in Kitchener, Ontario has been operated by the Salvation Army for 49 years. This week the announcement came that the organization was withdrawing from its operation of the home.

Help and resources for Japan's Earthquake and Tsunami victims

Ninety-one countries and nine international organizations so far have offered to assist with relief efforts from last Friday's earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Here are several resources to help find victims of the disaster.

The Dignity Project aims to educate Canadians about poverty

Many in Canada believe that people living with poverty "still have it pretty good." That was one of the many findings about the public's view on Canadian poverty in a recent study by the Salvation Army.
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