Renuka Amarasinghe was killed when 25-year-old Alek Minassian drove a van into pedestrians on a Toronto sidewalk.
The museum houses Buddhist artifacts from China, Thailand, Vietnam, and Tibet, including 2,200 8-inch Buddha statues.
The Karma Kagyu Association of Canada is now hosting information about a tour of Canada, his first, being undertaken by His Holiness the 17th Karmapa, Ogyen Trinley Dorje.
There’s no doubt that “merit release” is a noble effort. But is it good for the animals?
Brenda Suderman of the Winnipeg (Manitoba) Free Press penned a lovely farewell this week to now-retired 74-year-old Sensei Fredrich Ulrich.
Reports of political news, as Tibetan representatives meet with Canada’s Prime Minister and Minister for Citizenship and Immigration.
Nobel laureate and activist Aung San Suu Kyi was presented with honorary Canadian citizenship on Thursday at her home in Burma.
The momentum of the Occupy Wall Street protests in the United States has migrated to Canada, with Occupy Vancouver.
As was reported earlier this week on Mindful.org, the Canadian government has seen fit to invest in mindfulness training.
Dan Menaker loses his New York self in the music and dance of Cape Breton, where the fiddles fuel the ceilidhs up and down the coast.