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Toronto Reception Team Virtual Gathering -- A Joyous Celebration of Autumn

To welcome the beginning of the autumn season, Fo Guang Shan Temple of Toronto’s Reception Team volunteers held a virtual gathering on November 1, 2020 for a joyous and unique celebration. Venerable Miao Mu and Venerable Miao Tsun joined the group to provide guidance and teachings. With an autumn theme in mind, the...

6th Meadowvale Ventures Hosted the First Virtual Halloween Party

October 31, ventures was hosting our first group virtual Halloween Party and well attended with over 30 participants to our event. It was so nice to see all the Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Ventures and Scouters dress up in their favourite costume. Their imagination and creative ideas brought out the Halloween spirit, as...

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Caring for Seniors During the Double Nine Chong Yang Festival

The Chong Yang Festival is a traditional Chinese festival to pay respects to our senior citizens. The “Double Nine Chong Yang Festival: Extending the Caring” event was jointly launched by the four Mississauga sub-chapters and Da Tzu sub-chapters 1 and 3 of Buddha’s Light International Association (BLIA) Toronto. Fr...

Responding to Community Needs – 2020 Mississauga Thanksgiving Food Drive

 

Fo Guang Shan Temple of Toronto and the Buddha’s Light International Association (BLIA) Toronto Chapter responded to Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie's call for the "2020 Thanksgiving Food Drive" to support the Mississauga Food Bank, upholding Fo Guang Shan's principle to "benefit society through charitabl...

Fundraiser Event Supporting the Family Navigation Project

Due to the ongoing pandemic, this year Sunnybrook Hospital has changed their annual "Family Navigation Project" fundraiser to a virtual “new normal” format. The first and second North York BLIA sub-chapters of BLIA have supported this event for the...

Thanksgiving Feast of Music – Sounds of the Humanistic World

“Grateful people are rich in their hearts”.  On October 12 night, the BLIA Toronto Chapter and Fo Guang Shan Toronto choirs jointly held a special Sounds of the Humanistic World Music Contest for the Canadian Thanksgiving as a way to show gratitude to Venerable Master Hsing Yun’s Dharma propagation through sound and music whereby wisdom, compassion and the joy of Bu...

Celebrating Thanksgiving with an Online Poem Recitation

Canadian Thanksgiving long weekend follows the traditional Chinese Mid-Autumn Moon Festival.  To celebrate, as well as to help relieve the stress of the ongoing pandemic, the Da Chueh Sub-chapter of BLIA hosted an online gathering on October 10 to recite poems using the themes “Admiring the Moon”, “Hometown”, and “Thanksgiving”.

 

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The Buddhist Views of Life and Death

The Buddhist Views of Life and Death

Dharma Talk by Venerable Chueh Fa

 

On Oct 11, FGS Temple of Toronto and BLIA Toronto Mississ...

Filled with Young Dharma Joy

 

Toronto Children English Dharma Class

 

The First FGS Toronto Children’s English Dharma Online Cl...

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