All of us should feel the pain of the Indigenous community here … because we have seen what imperialism does to our countries back home,” Aarij Anwer, Imam of the London Muslim Mosque in Ontario, said during Friday’s prayer, livestreamed on social media.
The mayors of two Canadian cities where deadly attacks on the Muslim community have occurred, sent a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pushing for a summit on Islamophobia.
A solidarity rally was held at the mosque on Logy Bay Road in St. John’s yesterday with many calling out racism in Canadian communities
A man accused of killing four members of a Canadian Muslim family after running them over in his pickup truck, targeted them in an attack motivated by hate, police said on Monday.
“I check their background, speeches, YouTube, articles,” he said, emphasizing he doesn’t want to invite anyone who supports terrorism. “We can’t afford to make one mistake.”
A new novel from Toronto-based author Uzma Jalaluddin resonates with readers across Canada, in part because it touches upon weighty topics like Islamophobia
Chatham Islamic Centre in Ontario, Canada, opened a new building in the former St. James Presbyterian Church this month where local Muslims can gather, pray and learn together.
One Muslim woman is devoting much of her time to raise awareness about Islam across small town Ontario through a series of presentations and interfaith dialogue.
It’s been nearly four years since a gunman opened fire during evening prayers at Quebec City’s central mosque, but the wounds, both physical and emotional, may never mend.
Inaam Itanii is an Arab – Canadian wife and mother of four children. Four years ago she began sharing posts of her outfits on her Instagram page as a hobby. She now shares videos and stories in Arabic to engage with her Arab audience in Canada, as well as in English, especially for brand collaborations.