In a Cape Breton village, Buddhist monks and nuns pray in their abbey, while French-speaking fishermen put out to sea to haul in their lobster traps. Seemingly divided by language, culture and religion, these people share more than meets the eye. The film delicately weaves . . . Read More.
From the Nova News: http://www.novanewsnow.com/section/2011-09-28/article-2762691/Monk-visits-meditation-group/1
From Back Stage magazine, March 31, 2011:
Shambhala’s Sakyong Mipham and his wife the Sakyong Wangmo are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Drukmo Yeshe Sarasvati Ziji Mukpo, in Halifax on August 11.
For full details, visit the Shambhala Community News link…
Buddhist Centres aren’t springing up like mushrooms these days, so it was inspiring to see that Montreal’s Tibetan Buddhist Temple has opened a sister centre in Moncton, New Brunswick. http://zawatulku.org/index.htm
Here’s a news story too, about this week-end’s inauguration ceremony: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/new-brunswick/story/2009/08/14/buddhist-centre.html
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