Institute for Religious and Socio-Political Studies (I-RSS) is focused on developing discussions on key issues for Muslims in Canada with experts weighing in on Muslim youth identity in Canada.
Vigils, walks, and other events are being organized across Canada to stand in solidarity with the victims of the Islamophobic attack in London, Ontario.
For another year, many Muslims around the world are spending Ramadan unable to pray taraweeh in their local mosque or visit family and friends for iftar.
The late Dr Daood Hamdani, economist, statistician, and historian of Canadian Muslims, was my friend. At least, I considered him so.
In keeping with our commitment to work with interfaith partners for sustainable communities, Faith & the Common Good (FCG) is delighted to begin a new partnership with EnviroMuslims (EM) to green Canadian mosques.
The Canadian Muslim Response Network (CMRN), a coalition of some of Canada’s leading Muslim civil society organizations, including Canadian Islamic charities Islamic Relief Canada and IDRF, are joining forces with hundreds of volunteers across Canada, to launch a coordinated and united campaign from the Muslim Community to support the most vulnerable Canadians that have been affected by the COVID-19 Crisis.
On behalf of the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) Board, I am delighted to announce the formation of our new cross-country Advisory Committee.
Peel Regional Police serve one of the most diverse regions of Canada, the cities of Mississauga and Brampton.
Rima Asfour's poem recently won the Why Humanities annual Poetry Competition at the University of Windsor.
When I was a school principal I encountered a question that continues to be a source of debate. Should the national anthem be played in Islamic schools?