The Buddhist Council of Canada was originally active in the mid-1980s. Its former president, Suwanda Sugunasiri, has revived the organization and has broadcast this press release: This is to bring to the attention of the Canadian Buddhist community as well as the Canadian public that the Buddhist Council of Canada has now been revived after... Read more »
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In preparing our 2010 directory of Canadian Buddhist organizations for www.canadianbuddhism.info we have come across a number of centres that appear to have closed, or which at least do not have valid contact information. While it is true that all things must pass, it seemed appropriate to honour these organizations even if they no longer... Read more »
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Saw their poster on a lamp post in the Glebe neighbourhood, advertising a local meditation group. Dharma Punx is a loose network of Buddhist practitioners started by Noah Levine in Los Angeles, of particular interest to disaffected young people. The local Ottawa group is peer-led and meets Sundays at 3 pm for 25 minutes of... Read more »
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