Category : Buddhist

425. Laotian Festivals in November

 I missed the October 19 Loy Kathong festival at the exotic Lao temple on Airport Road this year. This major festival is also celebrated

382. New Japanese Tao Sangha Buddhist Healing Centre

 P. Anne Winter writes: It is always exciting to find new cultural activities going on in Toronto. Such was the case when I checked out

373. A Buddha’s Birthday Feast with Bacon.

   It happened at the Zen Buddhist Temple on Vaughan Road in Toronto last week. The occasion was Buddha’s birthday. “In the Buddhist culture,

Like most of my friends, I’m yearning for Easter this year, mainly because warmer weather isn’t expected to start until then. It will be

The Tibetan Canadian Cultural Centre (TCCC) in Etobicoke has made some changes since Losar last year. It looks like things are getting better for

335. Global Solidarity for Tibet, World Human Rights, and Nobel Peace Prize Day

On December 10, two bus-loads of Tibetans from Toronto joined demonstrators at the United Nations in New York City. Here at home, several hundred

308. Report on the Ukrainian, Polish, Mexican, Korean, Voices of Nations, & Tibetan Festivals

  This past September 14-16 weekend, I went to five festivals, two parades, and a very spiritual Tibetan event. The Ukrainian parade was better

305. Toronto’s Free or Nearly-Free September 14-16 Multicultural Weekend

  The Ukrainian Parade would be my first priority this weekend. But you might prefer other events. Details like links, addresses, times and schedules

284. Tibetans’ Dalai Lama’s Birthday

  I’m sorry I didn’t get the information to you more quickly. I didn’t know the details of the Dalai Lama’s 77th birthday celebrations

265. Multicultural Doors Open

  Saturday, May 26 and Sunday, May 27. 12-5pm. Some buildings close earlier. Over 135 buildings in the GTA are open to the public