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Hundreds of Asian-Canadian protesters, supported by several white, far-right, anti-immigrant groups stormed Parliament Hill on Sunday afternoon to demand an apology from the prime minister.

Hundreds of Asian-Canadian protesters, supported by several white, far-right, anti-immigrant groups stormed Parliament Hill on Sunday afternoon to demand an apology from the prime minister.Accordin…
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A group of smiling young women wearing headscarves greeted people at Regina's Southland Mall on Sunday, inviting people to try on a colourful scarf of their own as part of World Hijab Day.
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People in Regina tried on a piece of Muslim culture on Sunday at the Southland Mall.

People experienced what it’s like to wear a hijab – a head covering that represents modesty, harmony and respect.

People in Regina tried on a piece of Muslim culture on Sunday at the Southland Mall.
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Through the magic of the Red Door to PyeongChang, we connected the Azmi Sisters with their idol for a very special surprise ...

Through the magic of the Red Door to PyeongChang, we connected the Azmi Sisters with their idol for a very special surprise ... #WeAllPlayForCanada
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Susan Ashley says the Delta Hotel in Dartmouth has denied her request to have halal food at the venue, something she says is needed for a traditional Muslim meal.

A Dartmouth woman claims a local hotel is infringing on her freedom of religion by not offering appropriate food for her wedding reception.
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"This is the Canada that I love" -Aymen Derbali
#UnitedForAymen #RememberJan29

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On behalf of Aymen Derbali and his family, the DawaNet (Canada Zakat) team would like to sincerely thank each and everyone of you that supported our campaign to help secure Aymen a safe and accessible home!

'How can we ensure people are coming forward to report and document them?'

Fatmeh Kalouti says she felt the backlash last fall when a Somali refugee was charged after a man attacked an Edmonton police officer and ran down pedestrians on downtown sidewalks.
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Alhamdulillah! Thank you, Dawanet, a Canadian-Muslim non-profit community organization, that successfully concluded this fundraising campaign to help Aymen Derbali buy a wheelchair accessible home.

The crowdfunding campaign launched to help one of the survivors of the Quebec City mosque shooting has surpassed its $400,000 goal. The money raised will help Aymen Derbali, now paraplegic, buy a new house adapted to his needs.
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In addition to being grateful, Muslims will have to become more sensitive to the challenges they face and will have to act more energetically to meet them.

It was an unforgettable experience – several neighbors stood at the oldest mosque in Ottawa to welcome worshippers as they came for Friday prayers. This was a year ago when a disturbed youth had burst into a mosque in Quebec and opened fire, killing six people and wounding 19. On the anniversary o...
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If Canadians indicate that they are clear on what Islamophobia is, surely a Committee tasked with investigating Islamophobia could do the same.

The federal government can be at ease knowing it will have broad support if it decides to implement the recommendations of the M-103 report.
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"A year after the Quebec mosque massacre, mainstream media outlets and state counterterrorism publications continue to propagate the misperception that Muslims are the primary source of terror in Canada, rather than some of the primary victims." - Azeezah Kanji

A year after the Quebec mosque massacre, mainstream media outlets and state counterterrorism publications continue to propagate the misperception that Muslims are the primary source of terror in Canada, rather than some of the primary victims.
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Members of the Muslim community and the general public gathered Jan. 29 at the Manitoba legislature to commemorate the Quebec City Mosque shootings which took place one year prior.

Shahina Siddiqui, president of ISSA, said acts of Islamophobia are not new and described Islamophobia as a fear perpetuated against the Muslim community, which promotes hate against the group. A flower-laying ceremony, held to honour the lives lost in the attack, was followed by attendees observing....
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Students gathered at Memorial University’s St. John’s Campus on Monday to honour the lives lost in the Quebec City mosque shooting one year ago.

Students gathered at Memorial University’s St. John’s Campus on Monday to honour the lives lost in the Quebec City mosque shooting one year ago. On January 29, 2017, six worshippers at the Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec City were killed and nineteen others injured when a gunman opened fire at...
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It was supposed to have been the end of Canada as we know it, but as it turns out, it was merely the end of a foolish and contrived narrative.

The narrative that House of Commons motion M-103 would impose censorship and restrict free speech lies in ruins. Nothing changed when the motion was passed, and nothing will change now, writes Rob Breakenridge.
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Growing Muslim population opens doors for expansion of Canadian halal market

Growing Muslim population opens doors for expansion of Canadian halal market
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