This Interfaith Ramadan iftar dinner is very important as it allows attendees of different religious backgrounds to come together, break fast, and engage in friendly dialogue as a way to stimulate mutual understanding and respect for others and their respective religious traditions and customs. Theme of the event “EMBRACING THE
Canadian Muslims are most likely to look for religious guidance from local Muslim organizations, local leaders or their own family, according to the national survey conducted by Environics Institute and released on April 27. Four in ten respondents, however, do not rely on any particular sources of guidance for their
Surveys are powerful vehicles for amplifying the voices of individuals, Dr. Keith Neuman, Executive Director of Environics Institute, told a forum on Tuesday, May 24 held at the Intercultural Dialogue Institute in Toronto. Dr. Neuman was presenting the results of the latest Survey of Muslims in Canada at the forum.