About

Bahá’í Canada is the online newsletter of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of Canada intended for enrolled Bahá’ís.

The Universal House of Justice wrote: “It is clear from the writings of our beloved Guardian that the initiation, regular publication and distribution of a Bahá’í News Letter by each National Spiritual Assembly is one of its vital functions and a means of promoting understanding and unity among the friends, of stimulating their interest and deepening their knowledge of the teachings, and of coordinating the activities of the Faith.” [to all National Spiritual Assemblies, 24 August 1972]

The work of Bahá’í Canada is administered by a committee appointed by the National Assembly to review all contributions before they are published on the website.

In addition to this website, our physical magazine is published and distributed to Bahá’ís three to four times per year. It is thematic in nature and aims to provide an analysis of issues related to the progress of the Divine Plan in Canada.

We would love to hear from you. This website is a space where we can gain insight into how profound communication takes place between diverse individuals, communities and institutions. We invite people from across the country, from large cities to small towns, to submit stories and reflections about the efforts being made to translate the Writings of the Faith into action, the insights these actions are generating and the myriad questions that are arising. We are also looking for pictures that show people of all ages and backgrounds in action. Please submit both written content and pictures to bcanada@cdnbnc.org.

Please find guidance on Bahá’í newsletters from the Guardian and the Universal House of Justice here.