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Class Interruption Update

Hello friends,

The Toronto Bujinkan Koroku is closing its regular clases until further notice to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.


Given everything that is happening, and in following the advice and recommendations of Health Canada, this feels like the best decision for our students, families and community as a whole.


This is one of the most difficult decisions made recently for us, but it has been discussed and assesed  with all senior students.


We are increasing precautionary measures to ensure the well-being of our communities and budo family.


Thank you my friends. Stay safe, keep checking this group updates, and if you have questions reach out to me directly.


Shihan

Fabio Hernandez

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