LINKS TO BAHÁ'Í RESOURCES

An Historic Celebration
Across Canada, Bahá'ís this year are celebrating a significant anniversary in the history of the Bahá'í Faith, at the same time as the country is commemorating 150 years since confederation. It is the bicentennial of the birth of Bahá’u’lláh, the prophet and founder of the Bahá'í Faith. Born in 1817 in Tehran, some six million Bahá'ís around the world today revere Bahá’u’lláh as the most recent of history Messengers from God, whose purpose has been to guide humanity towards the advancement of human civilization. > https://ca.bahai.org/baha'is-celebrate-historic-bicentenary

The Bahá'í World
The Bahá'í World offers in-depth information about the Central Figures and Institutions of the Faith, its history, and its theological and social teachings; a profile of the worldwide Bahá'í community and its involvement in social action; selections from the Bahá'í Writings; and links to National Spiritual Assemblies around the world. Portions of the site are available in Arabic, Chinese, French, Portuguese and Spanish. > http://www.bahai.org/

The Bahá'í Community of Canada
 The Bahá'í Community of Canada is made up of some 30,000 Canadians from backgrounds that are truly representative of Canada's rich cultural and ethnic diversity. The Bahá'í Community of Canada website offers information regarding the Bahá'í Community of Canada and it's history, organization, community life, and much more. > http://www.ca.bahai.org

The Bahá’í Reference Library
The Bahá’í Reference Library is a voluminous, authoritative library of Bahá’í sacred writings and other Bahá’í publications. The Bahá’í Reference Library offers an extensive collection of Bahá’í holy scripture, which includes the writings of Bahá’u’lláh, the Báb, and ‘Abdu’l-Bahá. In addition, the Web site contains works by Shoghi Effendi, the Universal House of Justice, and Bahá’í authors. The site assists researchers, students of religion, and the general public worldwide in gaining greater access to the Bahá’í holy texts. > http://reference.bahai.org

One Country
One Country, the award-winning newsletter of the Bahá'í International Community, first appeared in English in 1989 and is now published in five other languages - French, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, and German. Each issue contains two or three in-depth feature stories on the United Nations, noteworthy social and economic development projects, environmental efforts or educational programs, along with an editorial that addresses world problems from a Bahá'í point of view. In 1997 One Country launched its Web site which contains all the English issues of the newsletter published over the past three years. > http://www.onecountry.org/

Bahá'í International Community United Nations Office Statement Library
The Bahá'í International Community regularly offers statements addressing issues such as human rights, universal education, social and economic development, environmental preservation, global peace and stability, and the advancement of women. The Bahá'í International Community Statement Library provides a repository of documents dating back to 1947. > http://www.bic-un.bahai.org/

The Bahá'í World News Service
The Bahá'í World News Service reports on the activities, projects and events of the worldwide Bahá'í community. The Bahá'í World News Service is an agency of the Bahá'í International Community, a non-governmental organization that represents and encompasses the five million members of the Bahá'í Faith. > http://www.bahaiworldnews.org

Canadian Bahá’í News Service The Canadian Bahá’í News Service is an agency of the Bahá’í Community of Canada and reports on news relevant to the Canadian Bahá’í Community. > http://bahainews.ca/

Transforming Neighbourhoods Across Canada, children, youth and adults are working side by side in their neighbourhoods in a process that seeks to raise capacity within a population to take charge of its own spiritual, social and intellectual development. On this website you will see some of their initial efforts to learn the ways of building community in small settings. > http://www.transformingneighbourhoods.org/