Muslim Link attended MAC’s Canadian Family Day event on February 16 and asked people: What Does Family Mean To You? Here is the response from poet and playwright Habiba Ali along with her siblings Asha and Abdullahi Ali.
The Noor Conference, otherwise known as "Go Halal or Go Home" is back for another year from December 19th to 21st at Masjid Assunnah and the University of Ottawa. It began in 2011 and is an initiative that has been led by Muslim Canadian youth from the beginning.
Goal! A cheer recognized across the globe by enthusiastic fans. Soccer, or football as it is internationally known, is just one of the programs offered for multiethnic Canadians and newcomer youth between the ages of 5-18 at the Somali Centre for Family Services (SCFS).
Norman Paterson School of International Affairs graduate student Abdullah Abdi reflects on the need for the Canadian government to take a leading role in the development of Somalia. Originally written for thepanelonline.
Muslim Link’s new series “So You Want To…” interviews students and established professionals for advice and reflections on their various fields of study and professions, with the aim of helping other Muslims aspiring to join those fields.
In this article, Somali Canadian law student Faiza Hassan discusses her experience as a law student in Ottawa.