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Devastatingly, the violence that we experienced in Quebec City has now spread to Christchurch, New Zealand.
The Assunnah Muslim Association Community Centre and United Way Ottawa are partnering to create a new homework club for vulnerable youth in the Sawmill Creek community.
When one thinks about the stand-up comic scene, it tends to come across as a male dominated field and not exactly easy to break into as a Muslim woman of colour.
Empowerem, an organization aimed at building and empower Women of Colour in Ottawa to progress personally and professionally through safer spaces, skill-building, and networking.
Join us at the Capital Region’s largest Muslim community conference, I.LEAD 2019 will take place on Saturday, March 16 at the EY Centre.
While it is home to many brilliant artists, Ottawa is mostly known as a working city and not necessarily for its art scene. Hoping to change the future of art in her city, and perhaps the world, one Muslim woman has a few initiatives up her sleeve.
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