[http://127.0.0.1/wp/2015/from-the-heart/maisaloon/]By Maisaloon Al-Ashkar (July 7, 2015) – As a young, Muslim, Palestinian woman of colour in North America, everything that defines who I am is essentially under attack. I’m often faced with oppressive, preconceived notions that place me in restrictive circumstances
[http://127.0.0.1/wp/2015/toronto-muslim-leaders-hold-networking-meeting/muneebnasir-april-12-2015_2/] Muneeb Nasir being presented with Green Rule poster by Donna Lang(April 17, 2015) – Muslim leaders and community development workers in the Greater Toronto Area held a networking meeting on Sunday, April 12 in Toronto to learn about each other’
[http://127.0.0.1/wp/2015/solar-energy-a-leap-of-faith/solar-energy/] By Beatrice Ekwa Ekoko (February 10, 2015) – What do many faith communities have in common besides shared teachings and philosophies that speak of caring for the earth? Buildings of course, with rooftops-many of which are perfectly angled to receive the glorious
[http://127.0.0.1/wp/2014/a-testament-to-multifaith-collaboration/fcg_otf1b/] FCG’s Donna Lang, Garth Schmalenberg and Lucy Cummings and OTF’s Muneeb Nasir and Naeem Siddiqi(December 2, 2014) – The support of a leading community foundation for the charity, Faith & the Common Good (FCG), is a testament to the
[http://127.0.0.1/wp/2014/interfaith-hike-held-in-toronto/hike1/] (August 18, 2014) – An interfaith stewardship activity that delved into the spiritual perspective on environmental and ecological stewardship took place on Sunday, August 17 at Taylor Creek Park in Toronto. The guided hike was organized by Greening Sacred Spaces [http://www.
By Muneeb Nasir Green Party leader, Elizabeth May [http://elizabethmaymp.ca/], told a recent gathering of faith communities that their moral voices must be loud on climate change and other environmental issues. “The moral voice needs to be loud and not marginalized,” she said. “We tend to deal with climate
[http://127.0.0.1/wp/2012/muslims-look-to-green-their-community/thinkgreen/] What is your concept of agreencommunity? This was one of the questions posed at a roundtable discussion of Canadian Muslim environmental leaders and activists held on Sunday, March 18 at the University of Toronto’s Multi-Faith Centre. The event titledThink Green: