Two Canadian ministers endorsed on Thursday, March 23, Muslim weekly Friday prayer at schools, commending Peel municipality, Ontario, for allowing it and putting an end to brawling debate in which Islamophobic comments were yelled.
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Defying misconceptions about Muslim women, Yusra Syed, a former University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) student, has become the first Peel police prisoner escort officer to don hijab.
Overcoming a turbulent past, a Canadian young Muslim is offering a role model to Canadians as a poet and inspirational speaker who was named in ‘Top 20 Under 20,’ prestigious national award recognizing his achievements as a motivational speaker.
Asalamu Alaikum, Thank you for contacting About Islam with your question. Arif Virani, a Canadian lawyer and politician, who was elected in the 2015 federal election to the House of Commons of Canada, addresses this question in the video below: Transcript: Aisha Khaja: Welcome back. It is my pleasure to have in the studio with us …
A new survey tackling Muslims integration in Canada has found that the majority of the religious community say they are proud Canadians, though complaining from discrimination.
Leaders of the Canadian Muslim community are urging support to help youth address trauma caused by recent Islamophobic attacks, which culminated in Quebec mosque shooting.
In Canada’s Regent Park, Toronto, Muslims and Christians joined forces to fight hunger in their community, to help the less fortunate regardless of their faith, sect or ethnicity.
Masjid Toronto opened its doors today to the public so that Torontonians could learn about Muslims and the religion of Islam.
Canadian Muslim women are reaching out to their community, encouraging interfaith dialogue and extending bridges of understanding after shocking Quebec mosque attack.
Muslims attending Friday prayer services at Toronto’s busiest mosque were greeted today by protestors carrying banners and with loudspeakers, shouting Islamophobic slogans and calling for a ban of Islam.