The Canadian Bahá’í National Centre property was purchased more than 40 years ago before the City of Toronto expanded to the northern suburbs of Markham, Richmond Hill and beyond, surrounding the administrative centre of the Bahá’í Community in Canada. Today, the 22-acre property remains a thriving green space around the National Centre building. In addition to a large woodlot, lawns, flower beds and shrubbery that adorn the property, a golf course to the west and municipal parks to the east and north surround the building.
The Baha’i Community of Canada has relaunched a section of its website that includes a series of statements and discussion papers on issues in the public discourse.
The 40th Association for Bahá’í Studies conference will take place in Montreal, QC from August 11-14.
The annual conference is a space where participants can critically reflect on their professions and fields of interest in relation to Bahá’í thought and teachings.
VisionTV will broadcast an introductory documentary on the Baha’i Faith on May 23rd at 9pm EST. Titled “The Baha’is”, the one-hour film illustrates the impact of the Baha’i Faith on the lives of several Baha’is across Canada.
In observance of the eighth anniversary of the arrest and incarceration of seven Iranian Baha’i leaders, the Baha’i International Community is launching a global campaign calling for their immediate release.