Canada’s Muslims celebrated the achievements of community members at the 2nd annual MAX Gala, the Muslim Awards for Excellence, held on Saturday evening at Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall.
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The Muslim community in Pembina Valley, Manitoba, invited their neighbors to learn more about their faith and different cultures of Muslims, as part of events marking Islamic History Month in Canada.
It is unknown when Muslims first arrived and settled in the space that is now called Canada, but it certainly didn’t happen as recently as is often believed. Even the evidence that we do have suggests that Muslims have been making Canada their home since 1851, more than a decade before the country itself was …
Canadian Christian and Muslim organizations celebrated decades of friendship and cooperation at a dinner held on Monday, October 2, at the Multi-Faith Centre at the University of Toronto.
Aiming at fostering a better understanding of religion, mosques around Canada will open their doors to non-Muslim visitors next Sunday to offer people a better understanding of Islam and the chance to ask questions about the faith.
Canadian politicians, activists, and faith leaders rallied Sunday, October 1, in Hamilton, Ontario, in an event organized to shut down rising hatred spouted by far right and white supremacist groups.
Canadians are expressing strong condemnation in the wake of a suspected terrorist attack in Edmonton, Alberta, that injured five and led to the arrest of a 30-year-old refugee from Somalia, Abdulahi Hasan Sharif.
A Canadian Muslim woman from Ontario said she was deeply touched by an anonymous gift of 25 hijabi dolls, thanking the mystery person for the kindhearted note.