Where can I get the email of teachers in World Religions in case they want to invite me as a guest speaker?

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Religion In Canada

religion in canada question by Gaura: Where can I get the email of teachers in World Religions in case they want to invite me as a guest speaker?
I live in Quebec and travel to the Maratime and Ontario provinces each year.

35 years ago, I was trained as a brahmacari Vaisnava monk in the Hare Krsna movement.

I have helped many kids to give up drug and alcohol addiction through meditation , yoga and prayer.

I was ordained as a Hindu minister a year later and have regular classes that I speak in in Montreal to provide an introduction to dispel myths and misconceptions on HInduism, but I would like to expand the number of classes I am giving

Some schools colleges and universities offer a World religions course but not all of them.

I tried to google “World religions in eastern Canada” and it only gives general information on the need for religion in the school system, but nothing specific or personal like hwo is eaching waht and where or how to contact them

Perhaps you have suggestions on how to do a better search at Google ?

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Answer by no1home2day
Don’t worry – if they want you, they’ll find you. Obviously, they don’t want you. This isn’t a question, you’re just advertising yourself!

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