Society of Saint Vincent de Paul - National Council of Canada

  • North of 60 - Au Nord du 60e
    North of 60
    The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul supports 12 communities in need living in the Canadian Arctic.
  • Helping People - Aider les gens
    Serving people
    The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul helps over 125,000 children and over 200,000 adults every year.
  • AGA 2018
    AGA 2018
    The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, National Council of Canada held its 2018 Annual General Meeting (AGA) from June 20th to June 24th, in St. John’s, NL. The AGA was a great success, more than 220 delegates from all across Canada gathered to pray, study, dialogue and fraternize. Looking forward to the next AGA in Windsor, Ontario from the June 19 to 23, 2019.
  • Twinning-Jumelage
    In the past year, 148 Canadian twinned Conferences and Councils sent more than $ 160,000 to Conferences and Councils in 19 countries.
Atlantic Regional Council
Nova Scotia - New Brunswick - Prince Edward Island - Newfoundland and Labrador
Quebec Regional Council
Ontario Regional Council
Western Regional Council
Alberta - Saskatchewan - Manitoba - Northwest Territories - Nunavut
BC and Yukon Regional Council
British Columbia - Yukon


May 2, 2018
Dearest friends in the mission, The International Communications Commission of the SSVP Council General International is very much pleased to present to you and your council the 1st edition of the Ozanam Network for the year 2018 (Newsletter #01/2018). In this edition, we have: click on title to read more.
April 6, 2018
Finding Vince 400 (FV400), is a COMPETITION and FESTIVAL for people of all voices. Click on title to read more.


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The Society is present in 140 countries with more then 800,000 members worldwide      

SSVP Across Canada

The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul is a lay Catholic organization whose mission is: To live the Gospel message by serving Christ in the poor with love, respect, justice and joy. The Mission of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul implies that as Vincentians, we see Christ in anyone who suffers, come together as a family, have personal contact with the poor and help in all possible ways