Toronto District School Board concluded Islamic Heritage Month activities held during October to inspire students to increase dialogue, bridge gaps and combat Islamophobia.
Faith leaders from across the city marked the international day for the eradication of poverty by occupying Toronto City Hall and performing a marathon ‘pray-in’ in front of Mayor John Tory’s office.
Canada’s largest school board, the Toronto District School Board (TDSB), held a launch event on Monday at the Aga Khan Museum in Don Mills to announce the programs and initiatives the Board will be holding in schools for Islamic History Month (IHM) during October.
The life of a serving member of the military is composed of many aspects, including faith and spirituality that is often the cornerstone of a military family’s unity.
“No one can do everything, but everyone can do something.; it’s not too late,” was the message of Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner Dr. Dianne Saxe to a multi-faith gathering on climate action held on Monday evening at Jaffari Community Centre in Thornhill.
Fifteen families in the Greater Toronto Area will have safe, decent, and affordable housing, thanks in part to the Faith 150 Build.
A Toronto-based wealth management firm has introduced a new halal investing portfolio to engage observant Muslims seeking investments that adhere to Islamic laws.
Racist attacks targeting Toronto Muslims, Jews and Blacks have rang bills of alarm across Canada, seeing unprecedented number of hate-motivated crimes in the tolerant city.
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.
More than 40 Muslim and Jewish women came together on Wednesday evening, August 2, to talk politics, religion, in the fifth official meeting for a sisterhood based on love and unity.