Sumeru News — Canada

THE WEALTHY BUDDHIST book launch Calgary

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The Wealthy Buddhist book launch @ University of Calgary. Free. Details:… Book Launch and Signing: "The Wealthy Buddhist" by Rod BuryloThis event is a seminar led by author Rod Burylo who released his book, “The Wealthy Buddhist”, in January 2019. Rod is a Business Development Manager at RN Croft Financial Group, where he provides education and support to financial services organizations, investment advisors, and clients. He is also the Director of the Foundation for the Advancement of Entrepreneurship. “The Wealthy Buddhist” discusses the ethical ways of raising capital as an entrepreneur, such as achieving financial success through a livelihood...

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Zasep Tulku Rinpoche's new book

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Zasep Tulku Rinpoche has self-published a new book, GELUG MAHAMUDRA: Eloquent Speech of Manjushri. Here's the link for information and an excerpt from the book: Here's the link for information about the book launch, November 24 in Toronto:

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Chris Ng and the Buddhist Education Foundation for Canada

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I've known Chris Ng for more than 30 years now. She's one of those leading figures in the history of Buddhism in Canada who prefers to work in the background to make things happen for others. As a co-founder of the Buddhist Education Foundation for Canada, she has been instrumental in funding courses and programs at the University of Toronto for more than a decade, as well as being a community organizer in many other capacities. I recently asked her if she would be kind enough to be interviewed about her work, for the benefit of posterity, and here is an...

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Tricycle letter to the editor

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Tricycle letter to the editor… When Tricycle did a round-up of the growth of Buddhism in North America for their 25th anniversary issue this past Fall 2016, the giant map was completely empty, north of the 49th parallel (not counting Alaska). As a Canadian, that upset me enough to write them a letter, which, I... Read more »

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