Early Thursday morning five of the walkers crossed the border into Canada with no problem. The other vehicle with a few walkers and the walkers’ luggage was not able to make it. So the walk needs support. We’ve read about you, students of Toronto! Come out and walk for a week, a day, or an hour. March... Read more »
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Grafton Peace Pagoda (Nipponzan Myohoji) are staging a walk around Lake Ontario over the coming weeks. Here’s a picture from one of their previous walks. Schedule and contact for the walk can be found at: http://www.sumeru-books.com/2012/07/no-more-fukushimas-peace-walk-around-lake-ontario-july-11-aug-11-2012/ The Peace Walks page is: http://peacewalks.wordpress.com/2012/07/21/no-more-fukushimas/ Their Flickr page is: http://www.flickr.com/photos/81076938@N02/
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The Grafton Peace Pagoda (Nipponzan Myohoji) in New York State has organized a peace walk around Lake Ontario. Buddhist organizations in Ontario may wish to be involved or participate (as may, of course, the general public who believe there is a better way than nuclear energy production). Here is the Canadian schedule: July 19 –... Read more »
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Kitchener-based ISARC is spearheading an interfaith initiative to end poverty in Ontario. To read a story about their latest project in Barrie, Ontario, click HERE. To find out more about ISARC and their work, click HERE. To read more about the Buddhist executive director of ISARC, Michael Skaljin, click HERE.
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Cham Shan Temple in Thornhill, Ontario, has undertaken a major initiative to build four temples near Peterborough, each replicating one of the Four Sacred Mountains of China. The project began several years ago, and Wutai Shan is the first temple being constructed. Here is comprehensive information from Chan Shan Temple about the project, followed by... Read more »
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