The Academy aims to maintain the Muslim roots and values to become a disciplined Canadian Muslim. We are committed to bringing high-quality education to provide students with an excellent academic experience which they will bring until adulthood and become responsible Canadian Muslim citizens.
We always maintain the highest standards to make our academy a nurturing haven that will help instill a solid and sound Islamic foundation to the youth. We provide a safe space where students feel motivated and respected inside and outside of the class…
At Canadian Muslims, we have youth development programs to further develop the Muslim Canadian youth according to the teachings and principles of the Muslim teachings. The youth department aligns its development programs to create an environment that encourages young people to celebrate their identity and be proud of their ethnicity.
Moreover, the youth help defines the relationship of the Canadian and Muslim community, and consequently they learn the principles of serving humanity, devotional practice, and moral values.
Canadian Muslims established a soccer club to continue to foster the spirit of competitiveness, camaraderie, and Islamic brotherhood with all the members. Volunteer members of the group are currently managing the club to ensure that the goals and objectives are being met through all the activities being proposed.
The different programs are focused on aiding the youth to enhance their strengths and develop their skills. The club is open for boys and girls who want to enjoy soccer as a hobby or as a sport.
We aim to …
Over the years, Canada, having a large immigrant population, has nurtured an environment that accepts a wide range of cultures and religions. Being one with Canada’s vision of multiculturalism, Canadian Muslims, a non-profit, educational, religious, charitable, and social organization, directs its efforts in fostering the holistic growth and development of Muslims in Canada.
Through its programs and services, Canadian Muslims aim to help new immigrants get accustomed to their new environment and help them get through some barriers that may come their way. …
Every year, Muslims celebrate Ramadan for a month by fasting and inward reflection. However, public health Vape stockists think that this is also a good chance to help smokers in the community as well. This is the best time of the year to ditch smoking and maybe even vaping. In May 2020, the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center paired up with ACCESS on the Yallah Quit campaign.
The Yallah Quit Campaign
This is a culturally tailored program, which is evident from the name itself. After all, Yallah means “Let’s go!” in Arabic. Ramadan involves abstinence from drinking and …
Discrimination is rampant everywhere. Fortunately, Black History Month is celebrated, and we get to learn the achievements and contributions of Black Canadian Muslims and Black Canadians. The younger generations should be reminded of the significant contributions of Black people in society. This way, they learn about prominent Black figures as we continue to spread awareness and educate the youth.
We have made a list of some Black Canadian Muslims that you should know:
1. Dr. Fatima Jackson-Best
Dr. Fatima saw the need for relevant research and studies about the community where she belongs. She aims to serve her …
Build healthier habits this Ramadan? Why not!
Check out these 5 habits on how to have a healthier Ramadan this year.
1. Plan your Ramadan meals and buy enough stocks in grocery stores.
Choose healthier food options like chicken, veggies, fruits, lentils, nuts, oats, grains, dates, and a lot more others.
2. Opt for a healthier and more energizing suhoor.
To keep you up and active throughout the day, make a …
5 Things Canadian Muslims Need to Know About the Covid-19 Vaccine (Plus Our Response at Home and Abroad)
COVID-19 has been changing our world since its onset. It has challenged our communities, yet it also paved the way for scientific innovation. As more countries experience the effects of the virus, the creation of the COVID-19 virus gave a ray of hope to everyone in the world.
Right now, it is just sad that a lot of misinformation affects how people perceive the idea of vaccination. However, it also cannot be denied that Muslims have contributed significantly to developing the vaccines we have today.
Though it will be a different Ramadan celebration this 2021 because of being far from the rest of our families, mosques, and the community, this year’s Ramadan will be another unique encounter.
Challenges may be coming in and out the past year since the pandemic started, but there is still hope for the coming days. A lot of wonderful things have also happened if we are only to look around us.
Little by little, we now know how to deal with the pandemic; there are already vaccines that can be used to fight the …