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.
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.
Through the magic of the Red Door to PyeongChang, we connected the Azmi Sisters with their idol for a very special surprise ...
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.
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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.
If Canadians indicate that they are clear on what Islamophobia is, surely a Committee tasked with investigating Islamophobia could do the same.
"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
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.
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.
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.
Growing Muslim population opens doors for expansion of Canadian halal market