A mosque inside a church, this would sound irregular in any part of the world. Yet, in Leamington, Ontario, this is a fact that came true since last May.
National Indigenous Elders are calling on all Canadian Muslims and Canadians of all faiths to come together for a National Day of Prayer and Mindfulness on Sunday
Local Muslims in Whitehorse city, in Canada’s Northwestern Yukon territory, will get their first mosque soon after the territory government announced plans to give $75,000 to the Yukon Muslim Society to build their first worshipping house.
A Calgary local Muslim leader has increased his efforts to bridge the gap between Canadian and Muslim identities, using his day camp to tackle the feeling of isolation that some Muslim children experience while trying to integrate into Western society.
The largest halal food festival in North America returned to Canada last weekend, taking Mississauga Muslim visitors back in time to see their achievements and contributions in the Canadian society.
After decades of struggling to bury their death miles away from their homes, a Quebec cemetery has dedicated burial grounds for local Muslims, answering calls for thousands from the religious community.
Facing a wave of “racist and hateful” comments, a Quebec safari park, which welcomed a Muslim community group Sunday and allowed afternoon prayers to be held on its site, denounced the intolerant response and said it was “sorry if freedom of religion had offended some people.”
Hate crimes in Montreal have seen a spike since the beginning on 2017, with religiously-motivated crimes making more than half of reported attacks.
Hamilton’s Muslim community have come together to celebrate their Canadian identity and faith in one celebration that combined `Eid Al-Fitr and 150th anniversary of Canada.
As part of their celebration of Canada 150, members of a leading North American Muslim group dropped of 150 gift bags for Edmonton’s homeless, to share festivities with them.