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Recipe of the Week: Fritatta for Suhoor

By Marzia Shamsi   It is Ramadan time and we all are looking out for some easy yet nutritious iftar &...
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Recipe of the Week: Fritatta for Suhoor

Islamic Toys and Books – Eid Gifts for Children from Canada

by Erum Zehra Eid is a time for celebration, joy and exchanging gifts. No one looks forward to Eid more...
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Islamic Toys and Books – Eid Gifts for Children from Canada

Live Broadcast with Samra Zafar – Author of “A Good Wife”

Muslim Moms are invited to join us in a Facebook Live broadcast on Saturday May 04, 2019 at 2 pm...
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Live Broadcast with Samra Zafar – Author of “A Good Wife”

5 Tips for Hosting a Successful Iftar

by Mona Ismaeil Ramadan is a beautiful time of year filled with spirituality and connecting with family and friends. There...
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5 Tips for Hosting a Successful Iftar

Preparing for a Healthy Ramadan

As we get ready to welcome Ramadan, it is important to remember that the fasting experience has positive effects on...
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Preparing for a Healthy Ramadan

Seven Recommended Acts of Worship during Ramadan

By Fariha Asif It is said that Ramadan is like a rare beautiful flower that blossoms once a year and just as...
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Seven Recommended Acts of Worship during Ramadan

Ramadan – My First Fast (Story about Ramadan)

By Anita Rathod I grew up in a country that’s one of the most culturally and religiously diverse nations in...
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Ramadan – My First Fast (Story about Ramadan)

Recipe of the Week: Vegetable Croquettes

By Sarah Butt As mothers we can all relate to the fact that feeding vegetables to our kids is a...
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Recipe of the Week: Vegetable Croquettes

Pre-Ramadan Exclusive Exhibition by Melaan Designs & Team

You and your family are welcome to attend the Pre-Ramadan Exclusive Exhibition by Melaan Designs & The Team! A Small...
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Pre-Ramadan Exclusive Exhibition by Melaan Designs & Team

Don’t Teach Your Kids About Stranger Danger

By Farrah Marfatia I have fond memories of the fabric shop that my parents owned in Chinatown when I was...
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Don’t Teach Your Kids About Stranger Danger

10 Ways to Know You’re a Canadian in the Winter

 By Mona Ismaeil   1. You know what a toque is:  Ice cap, beanie or winter hat; none of that means anything! It’s all about the toque! Fur, fleece, knit,... Read More

Recipe of the Week: Ciabbata Bread

By Marzia Rizvi   The history of bread goes back at least 30,000 years. The first bread produced was probably cooked versions of a grain-paste, made from roasted and ground... Read More

Recipe of the Week: Ciabbata Bread

By Marzia Rizvi   The history of bread goes back at least 30,000 years. The first bread produced was probably cooked versions of a grain-paste, made from roasted and ground... Read More

Coming Up with a Great New Years Resolution

By  Elaf Salim As I watch the snow fall in my backyard, I can’t help but think about the past year, 2015 and all the events that happened changing my... Read More

Ed Notes: Laughing Our Way Into A New Year!

Welcome  2016! Every year we find ourselves saying  the same thing “Last year went by so fast!” and truth is, once a year starts, we really do not know how... Read More

How to Survive the Winter Blues

 By: Elaf Salim It is very common to experience low energy levels during the winter season. It usually stems from sensitivity to the lack of sunlight in the winter’s “shorter”... Read More

Healthy Pumpkin Bread Recipe

By: Khaula Mazhar So it’s that time of year again when ( if you have kids) you somehow end up with pumpkins. I am the lucky recipient of three fine... Read More