Dojos in Canada

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Ontario

Troy Wideman (Mugen Dojo) Kitchener, Ontario

Mugen Dojo

Kitchener, Ontario

Troy Wideman has been training in the martial arts for over 37 years, since the age of 6. He has studied various martial arts including; judo, karate, kung fu, and holds various ranks in these arts.

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Shawn Beaulne (Shakko Dojo) Pickering, Ontario

Shakko Dojo

Pickering, Ontario

Shawn Beaulne has been involved in the martial arts for over 20 years. It began with the judo team in high school where, one year, he achieved " All-Ontario Champion" for his belt and weight division. After college he studied karate, very much enjoying the speed and intensity of the training.

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Tim Anderson (Mugen Dojo) Hamilton, Ontario

Mugen Dojo (branch)

Hamilton, Ontario

Tim Anderson has been training in martial arts for over 30 years, since the age of 7. He has studied various martial arts including: Genbukan Ninpo, Kokusai Jujutsu Renmei, Kempo Karate, Kempo-Jutsu & Wakyo Geido Ryu Jujitsu, holds various ranks in those arts.

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Neil Calhoun (Mugen Dojo) Baden, Ontario

Mugen Dojo (branch)

Baden, Ontario

Neil Calhoun has been training in the martial arts for over 25 years, since the age of 14. He is an instructor of Shinki Ryu Jujitsu, Motobu Ha Shito Ryu Karate, and Mugei Ryu Iaito.

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Quebec

Sean Muncaster (Akakage Dojo) Montreal, Quebec

Akakage Dojo

Montreal, Quebec

Sean Muncaster Majored in Chemistry and minored in Psychology for 5 years while playing hockey at the University of Concordia in Montreal. Along with teaching, he has done years of bodyguarding for VIPs and Celebrities along with other forms of security.

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Alberta

Alan Scofield (Daigo Dojo) Calgary, Alberta

Daigo Dojo

Calgary, Alberta

Alan Scofield was graciously granted the privilege of becoming a Dojo Cho in 2003 by Kyoshi Wideman. Grandmaster Tsunehisa Tanemura shortly afterward renamed the school Genbukan Daigo Dojo meaning Great Enlightenment. This was a great honor.

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British Columbia

Davis Owen (Kongo Dojo) Crofton, British Columbia

Kongo Dojo

Crofton, British Columbia

Davis Owen has been training martial arts under the direct guidance of Renshi Sean Muncaster for 16 years. In 2010 Davis had the privilege to be invited by his teacher to accompany him to Japan to train in the Hombu Dojo under Grandmaster Shoto Tanemura.

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Daigo Group (branch)

Victoria, British Columbia

Group Leader Rich O'Neill has trained in martial arts for over 10 years. He has experience in kickboxing, traditional White Crane Gung-Fu, Genbukan Ninpo Bugei, and Kokusai Jujutsu.

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Manitoba

Mugen Dojo (branch)

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Paul Lehingrat has been actively training in the martial arts for the past 16 years. He has studied various arts including: jujitsu, aikido, and Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu. Feeling unfulfilled and seeking a more practical approach to traditional Japanese Martial Arts, Paul approached Shibu-cho Troy Wideman in 2004 to be accepted as a student.

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