Posts filed under: Living in Ontario

By Erum Zehra Those who (in charity) spend of their goods by night and by day, in secret and in public, have their reward with their Lord: on them shall...
By Aruj Sipra Teaching is one of the oldest and noblest services to the society in any culture. It’s also a process to prepare the next generation of skilled professionals and...
By Erum Zehra MuslimMoms.ca talks to Zena Chaudhry about Nisa Homes and how the organization, with its transitional homes for women and their children, has been instrumental in helping these victims of...
By Muneezah Jawad With school starting in less than a week, we really hope most of us are done with their back to school shopping already. For those who still...
By Sameera Ali We have spent so many vacations at home that we have even run out of ‘fun’ activities for the kids to do at home. The idea of...
By Amber Hasan Dear Premier, As a woman, I always felt happy and empowered seeing you climb the political ladder; that too at such a late stage in life. Then...
By Amber Hasan Dear Premier, As a woman, I always felt happy and empowered seeing you climb the political ladder; that too at such a late stage in life. Then...
By Khaula Mazhar We parents are appalled at being abused with derogatory comments. We oppose the new Health and Physical Education (sex ed.) Curriculum and that is all. Here are...
By Sadaf Afshan Maple Syrup Festivals are a much loved Canadian spring time tradition. A visit to a sugar shack is a great way for the entire family to enjoy...
By Mariam Mazhar As a Muslim parent I feel frustrated by the entire buzz about the updates being made to the Health and Physical Health Education (Sex-Ed) Curriculum. I have...