On January 29, 2017, six Muslims were killed and another 19 injured when an anti-Muslim gunmanopened fire [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quebec_City_mosque_shooting#Victims]in a Quebec mosque. At the time, it was themost fatal [http://extremism.ca/results.aspx]act of ideological violence in Canada since
[http://127.0.0.1/wp/2015/toronto-multifaith-iftar-to-support-climate-justice/climate-iftar-july-5-2015/] (June 19, 2015) – A broad-based coalition of Faith communities from across the Greater Toronto Area will gather at the Noor Cultural Centre on Sunday, July 5 for a multifaith climate action Iftar to raise their voices in support of climate justice.
[http://127.0.0.1/wp/2015/toronto-multi-faith-communities-pray-for-peace/noor-3/] (January 22, 2015) – Faith and spiritual leaders gathered at Toronto’s Noor Cultural Centre on Wednesday night to offer prayers for peace in the world. “Welcome to this multi-faith gathering for prayers for peace,” said Samira Kanji, President of Noor Cultural
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
By Hind Al-Abadleh (July 24, 2011) – Most of us now are enjoying summer and waiting with exciting anticipation the beginning of Ramadan, the fasting month for Muslims. Those people who observe the month of fasting are usually keen on gaining spiritual revival through personal reflections on past events and regular