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.
Muslims in Greater Toronto Area are preparing to welcome the holy month of Ramadan with an eye on worshipping and the other on protecting their environment, piloting a project called the #Waste Free Ramadan.
The Toronto District School Board trustees have appointed Abdul Hai Patel as the new Trustee for Ward 21 (Scarborough-Rouge River), Iqra.ca reported on Thursday, April 21.
A growing number of Toronto steak houses are adding halal meals to their menus to accommodate the growing Canadian Muslim community.
Masjid Toronto opened its doors today to the public so that Torontonians could learn about Muslims and the religion of Islam.
Once a refugee himself, Tarek Bin Yameen, a second-year medical student at the University of Toronto, has launched free vision clinics to Syrian refugees in Toronto area, paying it forward to keep hope in a better future.
Making an impact in their society, members of Toronto Muslim, Christian and Jewish faith communities urged the city council to fund the anti-poverty strategy they unanimously passed in 2015.
My reading material was very limited because I am a totally blind person and the material available about Islam in braille or on tape was not only very little, but also very general. I believe the reason was that the material that I had access to wasn’t written by Muslims and it kind of painted a dark picture of Islam.
For the 10th consecutive year, leaders of faith communities in Toronto gathered at the Sayeda Khadija Centre on Thursday, June 23, to share Ramadan iftar meal in an opportunity to restore and repair interfaith relationships.
The City of Toronto, in conjunction with the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI), has launched a public education campaign to address xenophobia, Islamophobia, and anti-immigrant sentiments.