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Stories A video that appears to show a man and a Muslim woman arguing on a Montreal city bus is the latest indication of racial tensions boiling over in Quebec. The exclusive video was obtained by Huffington Post Quebec and is said to have happened
Quebec Premier Pauline Marois speaks at a news conference following the Summit of Higher Education in Montreal, February 26, 2013. Video Government of Quebec Video Video 1867: We live in the greatest country on earth and you just have to pick-up
More than 250 people from various nationalities came forward to participate and support the unique charity event organised by Hyatt Plaza shopping mall together with the Sheikh Thani Bin Abdullah Al Thani's Foundation for Humanitarian Services (RAF).
Scotland Yard Detectives are investigating the circumstances behind a "suspicious" fire at an Islamic boarding school in a south-east London suburb, as they fear that the incident may be a revenge attack for last month's murder of a soldier.
Justin Trudeau is brushing off criticism about his upcoming keynote speech at an Islamic convention, saying he's proud to be participating in the event. His appearance at the Reviving the Islamic Spirit event later this month has been attacked by an
Countries and cultures from all over the world will be represented this week as part of International Awareness Week (IAW), which was organized by the International Student Association, a student group with members from over 50 different countries.
Most of these words pop up because the media has instilled these words into our minds. During the following days, Muslims around campus will be celebrating Islamic Awareness Week (IAW). IAW is a project that began in the early 1990s by the Muslim
Muslim-Canadian Sooraya Graham, a fine arts student at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, didn't expect to find herself in the middle of a virtual hostage-taking when her project for a photography class was hung in the hallways of the university'
Little Mosque on the Prairie , which ends its run forever tonight (CBC, 8 p.m.) has been called many things. It has been called, in e-mails to me, an act of social engineering. It's been called groundbreaking, lighthearted and a chuckler.
As the final episode of Little Mosque on the Prairie quickly approaches, series creator Zarqa Nawaz is proud she stayed true to her initial vision for the sitcom. When Nawaz went to the CBC with her outline of Muslims and Christians attempting to