OTTAWA – A leading Canadian Muslim group has welcomed the “thoughtful” apology tendered by the owner of an Ottawa restaurant for an Instagram post considered anti-Muslims, CTV News reported. “A thoughtful response after a thoughtless social media post that hurt many in our communities,” the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) tweeted. “@nccm warmly welcomes …
Ottawa federal government has allocated funding to increase security procedures in mosques, after the recent rise in anti-Muslim hate attacks.
An Ottawa-based entrepreneur has launched a new line for hijab, turbans, and other gym clothes designed to help Muslim and Sikh athletes overcome struggles they face while working out.
A suggestion by a Muslim officer to include hijab in Ottawa police uniform has found ears at the force chief who announced plans to draft a new religious inclusion policy that clearly allows hijab for officers.
Muslim Family Services of Ottawa is fundraising to help kids in foster care celebrate `Eid Al-Adha, expected within days.
Welcoming refugees to their city, Ottawa Muslims are putting final touches on Ramadan preparations to help Syrian families mark their first fasting month.
An Ottawa group has invited the city women to don hijab for a day next February 25, as a show of support and respect for Muslims.