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An Interview with Fawad Ahmed of Beneficent

Recently our team member Beenish Mahmood interviewed Fawad Ahmed from Beneficent. Beneficent is a non-profit, 100% volunteer-run organization committed to...
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An Interview with Fawad Ahmed of Beneficent

Ideas to Make this Your Best Summer/ Eid ul Adha

By Humairah Irfan Recently, I asked someone about their Eid plans yesterday and the response was..."no plans, there's nothing to...
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Ideas to Make this Your Best Summer/ Eid ul Adha

The Top 5 Summer Road Trip Destinations

By: Ayesha Islam   Now that the summer months that we have all been waiting for are finally here, we...
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The Top 5 Summer Road Trip Destinations

How to Get to 10,000 Steps a Day At Home & Outside

By Humairah Irfan This summer we're running a 10,000 Steps Challenge from July 1- July 30, 2021. The challenge is...
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How to Get to 10,000 Steps a Day At Home & Outside

Vegetables with Pickle Spice: Ready in 10 Minutes!

By: Samar Shiraz Let us add vegetables to our menu today and try this easy and delicious recipe that will...
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Vegetables with Pickle Spice: Ready in 10 Minutes!

How to Raise our Children to Embrace Diversity

By Farozan Warsi The beautiful Afzaal family was laid to rest on Saturday, 12th June, 2021 in London, Ontario. To...
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How to Raise our Children to Embrace Diversity

A Tribute to the Muslim Family in London

The entire Muslim community in Canada is devastated, shocked and heart broken at the massacre of a Muslim family in...
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A Tribute to the Muslim Family in London

Four ways to Help Our Children Cope with Emotions

By Farozan Warsi My grandson, 5 years and some, walked into the house looking decidedly downcast. He did not respond...
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Four ways to Help Our Children Cope with Emotions

Easy Manakeesh Recipe: Ready in 15 Minutes!

By: Samar Shiraz Manakeesh is Arabic style flatbread topped with olive oil, herbs, vegetables and meat. They are healthy, delicious...
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Easy Manakeesh Recipe: Ready in 15 Minutes!

Grow Your Own Vegetables I

By Sana Athar With the weather clearing up and the sun out longer, many aspiring gardeners start feeling overwhelmed with...
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Grow Your Own Vegetables I

Endometriosis: Prevalence, Diagnosis and Adverse Implications

By: Parsa Nafari Mehranjani March is endometriosis awareness month. In this article, we are going to outline the prevalence, diagnosis and some of the adverse complications of living with endometriosis.... Read More

Recipe of the Week: Bohri Cutlets

By: Samar Shiraz These savory cutlets with a crispy outer coating are so delicious, you can’t have just one! Als0, they are very easy to make! Ingredients: Minced meat, chicken... Read More

Recipe of the Week: Easy and Quick Tawa Naan

By: Samar Shiraz Who doesn’t love hot naans off the oven? Now you can enjoy some home made naans by following this recipe. This recipe does not require an oven... Read More

Essential Skills for our Children in the 21st Century

By Farozan Warsi “Why does everything have to be so teachy-teachy!” eight-year old Myra complained. “What do you mean teachy-teachy?” asked Mom. “Well,” she said, “everything turns into a lesson.... Read More

Recipe of the Week: Spicy Pasta Salad with Grilled Chicken

By: Samar Shiraz This pasta salad is so flavorful and delicious that  your family would love to have it as an appetizer again and again. Ingredients: Chicken breast 1 Mustard... Read More

An Interview with Zahida Rizvi from Sakeenah Homes

Recently our team member Beenish Mahmood interviewed Zahida Rizvi from Sakeenah Homes. Zahida Rizvi is the house manager at Sakeenah homes Brampton location. In her own words: I am a... Read More

Why is Sensory Play Important in Early Years?

By: Madiha Malik Looking for ways to get your little ones busy so you can enjoy that hot cup of tea? Then sensory play is your solution.  What is Sensory... Read More