Canadian Muslims now have a stamp that recognizes two of their faith’s most important festivals, `Eid Al-Fitr and `Eid Al-Adha.
A leading Canadian Muslim charity organization held a walk for dignity on Saturday, May 20, marching to raise awareness about every human being’s right to live a dignified life.
Muslims in Greater Toronto Area are preparing to welcome the holy month of Ramadan with an eye on worshipping and the other on protecting their environment, piloting a project called the #Waste Free Ramadan.
A Muslim student at the University of Alberta, Canada, has been awarded a stipend to work during summer on her research project on the participation of Muslim women in sports, correcting misconceptions about them.
On June 9, 2017, a first of its kind celebration themed, Fast in the 6, will take place at Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square. Coinciding with Ramadan, the event will celebrate the diversity of Toronto through the common experience of breaking of the Ramadan fast.
Ramadan is for me a time of “renewal” and I have been able to break away from particular traditional practices in order to find those spiritual practices that enhance my personal relationship with the divine.
As the clock ticks towards Muslims’ fasting month of Ramadan, the Muslim community in Regina, Saskatchewan, invited their neighbors on Saturday, May 13, to an event to educate them about the holy month.
Devastated and terrified, the two words express the actual life Quebec Muslims are going through after last January’s mosque mass shooting that left six worshippers dead.
Islamic Relief Canada, the leading Canadian Muslim NGO, will be hosting Trevor Noah in an event to mark ten years as an international NGO in Canada.
Toronto will host the 7th Parliament of the World’s Religions, the world’s largest interfaith gathering in November 2018.