Chinese Taoism Kuan-Kung Association in Canada
Established in 1995, the Association in Canada follows the three missions: “Helping, saving, and guiding those in need”. Inspired by the values of loyalty and filial piety demonstrated by the deity Kuan-Kung, the Association strives to provide service to the society and promote ethical and moral practices, through charitable and engaging activities.
In 2012, the Association established the first Kuan-Kung temple in Canada, Tian-Jin Temple. In 2013, TJ Living was created as a platform for person-to-person interactions and connections.
Since launching, TJ Living has been greatly involved in the community. Notable activities include making biannual donations to the Food Bank, distributing winter and food items to the homeless population, and participating in cultural festivities and public dialogues on multiculturalism.