Posts filed under: Parenting

By Sadaf Afshan   ‘Mom, I’m bored!’ You must have been  hearing these words ever since self isolation due to the Covid 19 pandemic began. If you are running out...
Online or virtual learning has become the norm during the Covid 19 pandemic. Our children are adjusting to the new norm of learning, interacting and socializing online. Their learning is...
Online networking has been made convenient and accessible through Facebook groups. Here are a few groups for Muslims in Canada to interact with each other and build connections: Build Connections...
by Erum Zehra Eid is a time for celebration, joy and exchanging gifts. No one looks forward to Eid more than children, as they receive gifts from their families and...
By Anita Rathod I grew up in a country that’s one of the most culturally and religiously diverse nations in the world. As a child, I participated in various festivities,...
By Farrah Marfatia I have fond memories of the fabric shop that my parents owned in Chinatown when I was a child. I used to sit atop rolls of colorful...
By Mariam Mazhar    March break panic has set in!  Not heading to a sunny beach? Neither am I but I have set up some do’s and don’ts for March break...
By Mona Ismaeil Ramadan is just around the corner and with still a month of school to go, Ramadan joins us at a crucial time of the school year. Our children...
By Saraa Mahfouz I felt excitement when I learned that I will be fasting that Ramadan. I was almost 9 years old and Ramadan was during the winter months. The days were...
By Maryam Kidwai Ramadan is right around the corner and I can hardly believe it. The holy month is a time of spirituality, solitude, socialization and a time to feast on...