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At one of Toronto’s most diverse schools, parents find common ground in fight against racism

Author: Lauren Pelley Source: CBC After gunfire erupted in a Quebec City mosque in January, Toronto father of two Simon Dar didn’t know what to say to his kids. “I find it hard to explain, especially to a nine- and 10-year-old, that people can be murdered inside a worship place, either a church or a… Read more »

CTV Interview on $1000 reward for recordings of Muslim students praying

Source: CTV News Sabreena Ghaffar-Siddiqui, CCMW Toronto chapter member, speaks about the disturbing video surfaced online offering a thousand dollar reward for recordings of Muslim students praying. Click on the picture on the left to play the video.

Catalyst for Change: Accelerating Diversity on Canada’s Provincial Boards

CCMW Toronto chapter partnered with the Women’s Portfolio for the Ismaili Council of Ontario and the Ismaili Council of Toronot for an evening of networking and dialogue on the importance of gender diversity in decision making positions. The keynote speaker was The Honourable Indira Naidoo-Harris, MPP (Halton) and Minster of the Status of Women and Minster Responsible for Early Years and… Read more »