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Buddhist nuns 'learning to fit in' on P.E.I.

By Shane Ross, CBC News, Nov 21, 2016

P.E.I. now home to 134 Buddhist nuns — and the number is growing
Prince Edward Island, Canada
-- Prince Edward Island is becoming home to a growing number of Buddhist nuns, who say the Island is a comfortable place for them to practise their spirituality.

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'A place for anyone and everyone': Buddhist monks expand to Charlottetown

By Jessica Doria-Brown, CBC News, Nov 16, 2016

New centre offering classes to the public
Charlottetown, P.E.I (Canada)
-- The Island's Buddhist Monks have opened a new facility in downtown Charlottetown.

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Shambhala Publications in Boulder the biggest in Buddhist books Publisher marks one year (back) in city

By Aimee Heckel, Dsaily Camera, Oct 24, 2016

Some of your favorite, inspirational books might have Boulder ties.
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Boulder, CO (USA)
-- The city is home to what's said to be the largest publisher of English-language Buddhist books in the world  -  although this publishing house is far from limited to only Buddhist topics. The focus: books that are inspirational and contribute toward a better world.

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Advisors to Dalai Lama share Buddhist teachings in Ark

by Brejamin Perkins, KTHV, October 24, 2016

LITTLE ROCK, AR (USA) -- The spiritual advisor to the Dalai Lama is touring Arkansas this month. Today, he and other Buddhist Monks participated in a ceremony, "Silence, Stillness and Interfaith Harmony" at the Arkansas House of Prayer at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church in Little Rock.

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New Buddhist temple opens in Boise

by Alex Livingston, KTVB, September 18, 2016

Boise, Idaho (USA) -- The Vietnamese community now has a place to worship - a brand new temple. The Linh Thuu Temple started in a three-room house on Overland Road back in 1992 to serve the hundreds of Vietnamese immigrants following the Vietnam War.

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Buddhist Temple Celebrates a Century

by Dennis Evanosky, Alameda Sun, September 22, 2016

Alameda, CA (USA) -- Members of the Buddhist Temple of Alameda are celebrating the 100th anniversary of their autonomy this weekend. They have attended services here since 1906, the first 10 years or so as a branch of the Oakland Buddhist Church. By 1914 they were attending service in rented rooms at the former home of William T. S. Ryer at 2325 Pacific Ave. Ryer had built the Stick-Eastlake villa for his family in 1886.

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