Annual Tibetan Cultural Fair
Saturday, November 30th – 10 am to 6 pm Sunday, December 1st – 10 am to 5 pm
Santa Cruz Church Hall 60 Rachel West (corner St. Urbain), Montreal
The 25th annual Tibetan Cultural Fair features a handicrafts bazaar, live music . . . Read More.
Via Lower Mainland Buddhism blog…
“KAGAYAKI,” a presentation of Local Nikkei Artists
December 7, 2013 1 pm – 9 pm Steveston Buddhist Temple 4360 Garry St. Richmond, BC (604) 277-2323
The Steveston Buddhist Temple is celebrating our 50th Anniversary of at our present location. Over the course of . . . Read More.
Dear friends of the Tibetan Cultural Society of Vancouver Island:
Only 6 days remain until TibetFest, this summer’s celebration of Tibetan Culture. This free public event will feature Tibetan Food, Drink, Song, Dance, Handicrafts, Costumes, Massage, Meditation and much more!
When: 6 July 2013, 10AM – . . . Read More.
Tibetan Resettlement Aid Concert II Sponsored by the Tibetan Resettlement Project Canada
Saturday, April 27, 2013 @ 6 pm Gangjong Choedenling Toronto
Info: http://www.tibet.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tibetresettlementproject?hc_location=stream
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I’m Your Man: The Life of Leonard Cohen by Sylvie Simmons
McClelland & Stewart, 2012 ISBN-13: 9780771080401
Paperback edition coming in August 2013
Everybody loves Leonard, and rightly so. He is one of Canada’s great treasures, known worldwide through his songs, poetry and novels. He is . . . Read More.
Posted on Parabola Magazine’s FB page, picked up by Sweeping Zen, and now reflected here. (But who of them can add the trivial fact, like I can, that I used to play in Murray Park behind Leonard’s boyhood home in Westmount, or that our mothers . . . Read More.
The Government of Canada is facilitating the immigration of up to 1,000 Tibetans living in the state of Arunachal Pradesh in India, at the request of the Canada Tibet Committee and Canada’s Tibetan community. Up to 1,000 displaced Tibetans, including principal applicants and their . . . Read More.
Café du Mile End, 5240, Avenue du Parc, Montreal, Quebec H2V 4G7 August 25, 2012 @ 8 pm (doors open @ 7) Samedi 25 août à 20h, ouverture des portes à 19h
15$ prévente (+ frais de service et/ou frais Admission) 20$ à la porte . . . Read More.
Acharya Rinpoche Zasep Tulku’s recording of Medicine Buddha Mantra and Sacred Chanting @ Red Couch Recordings. CD Release – December 2012.
Short Mantra Samples will be posted on www.medicinebuddhatoronto.org Further info at: http://www.facebook.com/medicinebuddhatoronto
(Photo: Theodore Tsaousidis (www.sittingatthegate.ca), Acharya Rinpoche Zasep Tulku, Shiv Sharma (www.skycave.ca) SkyCave Media . . . Read More.
A series of benefit concerts for the Tibetan Resettlement Project. Sunrise and Good People starts the tour off in BC on March 28th at the Biltmore Cabaret in Vancouver and on March 31st at the Felicita’s Pub in Victoria.
Vancouver – Rock for Tibet Date: . . . Read More.
If you are a fan of Tibetan music, look no further than the incredible Tanis Wetaskiwin from Edmonton for the latest and greatest in Tibetan music vids…
She’s on Facebook, representing for Native Canadian culture, Tibetan culture, and justice everywhere! http://www.facebook.com/people/Tanis-Wetaskiwin/100000737791353
She’s also on YouTube, with . . . Read More.
New album now available to play or download from their website:
Yamantaka // Sonic Titan are a music collective from Montreal. They bill themselves as a Black Metal band. The two leads, Alaska B and Ruby Atwood, identify themselves as practicing Buddhists. Here’s a recent article about them: http://www.avclub.com/toronto/articles/alaska-b-and-ruby-atwood-of-yamantaka-sonic-titan,68404/
Speaking of Buddhist Metal (?), don’t forget Affinity . . . Read More.
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Parkdale singer Mary Cobham’s second CD is titled “Mazeway Resynthesis” and is thematically connected to both her Shambhala practice and her many Tibetan neighbours.
Here’s the story: http://www.insidetoronto.com/what’s%20on/article/1271323–songs-helped-artist-articulate-the-abstract
I WON’T FALL DOWN from SUNRISE and GOOD PEOPLE on Vimeo.
Here are the lyrics, courtesy of the band: Iwontfalldown
Bop jazz drummer Jerry Granelli, a well-known fixture in the Halifax Buddhist community for many years, will be performing at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa on Wednesday, October 12. Here’s a feature article and details about the event from the Ottawa Citizen:
Journey of a Dream is a heavy metal story of a Tibetan refugee, directed by Shenpenn Khyamsar (who lives in Vancouver). It is a feature length documentary that will take audiences on an epic, global journey into heavy metal music, exile, Buddhism and Tibetan roots.
Here’s . . . Read More.