Dubbed as Muslim mother Theresa, 70-year-old Sabariah Hussein has been offering free meals to hundreds of homeless and needy people on a daily basis, maintaining a tradition she has preserved for longtime.
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A Canadian reporter has created many reactions on Twitter after posting a tweet about seeing Muslim women outside a lingerie shop, facing accusations of seeing them as no normal human beings.
On Sunday morning, Muslims took part in the inaugural National Day of Prayer and Mindfulness that was called for by Indigenous Elders to pray for unity, understanding and a peaceful resolution of issues facing Indigenous people and settlers in the land.
Announcing “The Promise of Inclusion & the Power of Love” as its next theme, organizers of the 7th Parliament of the World’s Religions are looking for world-changing outcomes from the more than 12,000 delegates expected to convene in Toronto, Canada, November 1 – 7, 2018.
An online project that subverts a misconception that puts Muslim women as voiceless victims of their religion has started in Canada, giving a platform for Muslim women to tell their own stories.
MuslimFest, the largest Muslim festival in North America, returns to Mississauga Celebration Square in suburban Toronto this weekend and over 30,000 visitors are expected to take part in the festivities.
Recognizing Canadian Blood Services’ severe shortage of blood, Canadian Muslims in Windsor have decided to arrange their celebrations of Canada’s 150 anniversary with an ambitious blood drive that aims to deliver 150 pints of blood.
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.