Making Headlines compiles stories from mainstream media about Muslim Canadians.
On October 24, 2022, the people of Toronto went to the polls to elect a new city council.
On July 21, 2022, on Parliament Hill, Conservative immigration critic Jasraj Singh Hallan held a press conference discussing the federal government's special immigration program (SIM) to resettle Afghan nationals who provided critical assistance to Canadian forces during their mission in Afghanistan and those who worked at the Canadian embassy in Kabul.
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On July 21, 2022, the social media of Shaykh Muhammad Alshareef made the following post:
Sudanese Canadian artist Mustafa's When Smoke Rises won best alternative album of the year at the 2022 JUNO Awards (Think Canada's Grammys) on May 15, 2022.
June 6, 2022 marks the one year anniversary of the murder of four members of the Afzaal family in London, Ontario.
19 year old Iraqi Canadian Yosif Al-Hasnawi, a first year Brock University Medical Sciences student and aspiring doctor, was shot in December 2, 2017 outside of the Al-Mustafa Islamic Centre. He died from his wound. Hundreds gathered at Brock University on December 8, 2017 and at Hamilton City Hall on December 9, 2017 to mourn him and call for justice.
'Ottawa Inshallah' is a bilingual art anthology, produced by artist Aquil Virani, that features 25 artworks from Ottawa-based Muslim artists who dream of a better future.
As the country's eyes were set on the snap federal election in September, a month earlier on August 17, 2021, Nova Scotians were making history during their provincial election.
Islamic History Month (Canada) and Islamic Heritage Month (Ontario) starts on October 1st.
The 2021 Canadian Federal Election took place on Monday, September 20, 2021.