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Canada: Architecture in harmony with Natural Law expanding on east and west coasts
by Global Good News staff writer
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26 August 2009
Maharishi Sthapatya Veda building projects are now underway on both the east and west coasts of Canada—at Niagara Falls, Ontario, and Moncton, New Brunswick; and on Salt Spring Island in British Columbia. Each project, being planned and constructed according to principles of Vedic architecture in harmony with Natural Law, is designed to support itself in a sustainable way, both environmentally and economically.
The National Director of the Ministry of Architecture for the Global Country of World Peace in Canada reported recently on the expansion of projects in the nation. He showed slides of plans for the project at Niagara Falls, which will include a Maharishi Tower of Invincibility, facilities for Maharishi Vedic Pandits, Maharishi Schools, education and research, and hotels and recreation.
He explained that each part of this development has been designed so that it can be built and support itself in a sustainable way, 'both environmentally and from the economic aspect,' he said.
As well as the development at Salt Spring Island on the west coast, and at Niagara Falls, there is a new project underway at Moncton, New Brunswick, on the east coast.
Over the last few months there has been great support for the Moncton project, where there is the opportunity to have a Maharishi Peace Palace, 30 condominiums, a Maharishi Ayur-Veda Spa, all in one very large building, next to a big high school where a Consciousness-Based Education project will start shortly.
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