If you have found this site, you are either new to the Pagan path, looking for information on Paganism in Canada or you are already a Pagan looking for others of ‘like-mind’ to share information with.
In either case, you have come to the right place.
Tucked within these pages, and on this website, is information to help you along your way.
With almost half a century of experience, the Pagan Federation (PF) started in England and shortly thereafter sowed the seeds for its sister organization: the Pagan Federation International (PFI), to respond to the needs of Pagans who did not reside in England. Now PFI has local branches all over the world: including Asia, South America, Australia, United Kingdom, Portugal, Germany, The Netherlands, Hungary, Germany, Belgium and of course Canada and the USA, and this list only continues to grow! Currently there are over 7,000 PF and PFI members; you can rest assured that we are not a fly by night (no pun intended) organization.
In Canada, to date, we sponsored 3 major Pagan conferences in Ontario. We are always interested in talking with members to start pub moots, coffee cauldrons, festivals or events that promote paganism in a positive, informative and healthy manner. Also, if you are interested in becoming a Local Organizer in your pagan community, let us know.
We have also created an E-group for you to chat with other PFI-Canada members. You can join at the PFICanada yahoo groups. And once you are a member of PFI-Canada, you have access to the international forum where you can meet other PFI members from around the world. Look for details about the benefits of PFI membership in the following pages.
If you would like more information about our decision to use of the Canadian Inuksuk as a pagan emblem for PFI-Canada, please read the embedded link. We are sure that you will agree that the Inuksuk is a very apt symbol for Canadian pagans.
We would be happy to answer any question you have regarding PFI-Canada or general Paganism, just email us at the address below or join the PFI Canada chat group through Yahoo groups. If you do not have access to email, please feel free to send your inquiries to the postal address, which you can find at the bottom of the Membership Information page.