TORONTO – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has congratulated Muslims on the arrival of `Eid Al-Fitr, praising the richness of the Canadian community’s diversity.
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As Muslims around the world prepare to welcome `Eid Al-Fitr, which crowns the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, Canadian Muslims have set different venues for celebrating the religious holiday, organizing large gatherings in Toronto and Ottawa.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited the Muslim Welfare Centre in Toronto on Thursday and took part in their Project Ramadan initiative that assembles food baskets that is distributed to the needy in the city.
As Muslims prepare to conclude their Ramadan fasting, 70-year-old Sabariah Hussein is not willing to give up her daily cooking to feed the needy and homeless, a tradition has has preserved for longtime.
The Muslim community in Little Burgundy, Montreal, have set up a community fridge filled with food to provide those in need during the holy month of Ramadan, inviting people of all faiths to take whatever they might need.
Thousands of Peel residents, west of the city of Toronto, along with political and interfaith leaders joined the Muslim community on Tuesday evening at Mississauga’s Celebration Square for a Ramadan Iftar dinner.
The first-ever Ramadan Iftar event that brought Muslims and Hindus together with other ethno-cultural communities at a Hindu temple was held on Sunday evening at Pickering’s Devi Mandir.
Paying it forward to Canadian people, Syrian newcomers hosted a free meal for Toronto homeless on Sunday, June 11, as a way of giving back during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
A ‘eureka’ moment five years ago for Toronto Muslim resident, Ziyaad Mia, has led to a nationwide effort every Ramadan to support local food banks.
Sharing the holy month spirits with the local Muslim community, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and Inter-cultural Dialogue Institute (IDI) hosted an inaugural RCMP/IDI Intercultural Ramadan Friendship Dinner