In accordance with provincial guidelines, visitors can visit the temple from Tuesday to Sunday. Upon entering the temple, we ask everyone abide to the government guidelines. To ensure the health and safety of everyone, masks must be worn at all times within the premises and during the visitation hours. Thank you for your consideration and cooperation.
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