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Fajr 6:30 AM
Dhuhr 1:40 PM
Asr 5:30 PM
Maghrib 5 mins after sunset
Isha 8:15 PM


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Azan 1:20 PM
Jamah 1:50 PM


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Announcements & Upcoming Events

  • Darsul Quran by Imam Arbaaz - Friday 14 & 28 after Maghrib
  • Family Halaqa with Sh. Tarek
    In Sha Allah, our biweekly family halaqah is held every first and third Saturday of month. Come out to the Mosque for an evening of discussion and knowledge with Sheikh Tarek. This program is beneficial for all ages, so please bring your family. Bring ample food to share with others.
    Saturday, October 15, after Maghrib
    Topic: Black Magic & Evil Eye : Causes & Cure
  • MAB Evening & Weekend Schools
    We run following 4 programs during the schools year. Register your child(ren) now!
    1. Evening School (Mondays & Thursdays) 5:30 to 7:30. Contact Sh. Tarek
    2. Evening School ( Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Fridays @6:30, Contact Imam Arbaz
    3. Weekend Arabic School: Sundays 10-12:30, Contact Br. Khaled Khanfar
    4. Weekend Urdu School: Sundays 10-12:30, Contact Br. Khaled Khanfar
  • Youth Homework Club & English Conversation Circle (Every Monday 4:30-6pm)
    In Sha Allah, the Homework Club and English Conversation Circle will be starting again on Monday September 26th from 4:30pm - 6:00pm at the Islamic Center.
    The Homework Club is for students in grades 3-12 who need extra help with their homework. Tutors from local University will be on hand to provide homework support at the Islamic Centre.
    Note: Parents are necessary to stay on premises for children under 12 years old.
    All adults looking to improve their English speaking skills, don't be shy! Join these sessions to meet new friends, learn about community services, and talk about your cultures and customs.
    For more information, please call: YMCA Immigrant Services at 519.752.4568
  • Family Night- Halal Halloween Alternative - Oct 31, Monday, 6-8pm
    Going out for "Trick or Treat" on Halloween night is not always safe for children. On top that History of Halloween tells us this event is not Islamic. To give your children an effective alternative, please join us with your children to The welcome Islamic New Year event. There will be lots of fun for children. Free pizza, and lots of candy will be provided. Please contact Shaikh Tarek for details.
  • English Conversation Circle
    A new English Conversation Circle is starting this upcoming Monday evenings from 4:30- 6:00pm at the Islamic Centre. All those looking to improve their English speaking skills, don't be shy! Join this club to meet new friends, learn about community services, and to talk about cultures and customs.
  • Sponsor a Syrian Refugee Family- Support our Syrian Refugee Program
    If you are interested in sponsoring a Syrian Refugee family please contact us ASAP. With partnership with ICNA Relief Canada, we are planning to sponsor at least 2 families.
  • Program for New Muslims! Every Friday after Jumuah @2:30 pm
    This is a free program for New Muslims. All New Muslims are welcome! Please contact Sh. Tarek for details.

Imam's Message

Assalamu Alaikum Dear Brothers and Sisters,

October is the Islamic History Month Canada
A golden past with modern day examples that touch our lives daily, an acknowledgement to those who have contributed to the betterment of humanity throughout the ages, and an overall celebration of Islamic history summarizes Islamic History Month Canada [IHMC]. 
Already now in its eighth year, IHMC has been proclaimed in more than half-a-dozen cities across Canada. The inauguration of IHMC took place on October 25, 2007 when Canada's Federal parliament officially declared October as Islamic History Month in Canada.
Celebrations take place across Canada in October. Many cities have annually proclaimed IHMC since the inauguration. The recognition of Islamic History Month is an exciting part of Canadian-Muslim history although the honour is not limited to IHMC only. For example, Many City Councils have proclaimed Black History Month, European Heritage Month, Diwali Month, and Barbados Heritage among other proclamations that have been issued to celebrate the diverse fabric of Canadians.
Bridge-building with understanding is one of the goals of IHMC. More importantly at a time when Muslim are being perceived as the ‘other’, it’s a time dedicated to showcasing Muslims’ contributions to humanity many may not be aware of. Previous IHMC themes have been Islamic Art and Architecture; Islamic Banking and Finance; Irrigation and Water systems; Medicine and Pharmacology; and Islam and the Environment. Islamic History Month Canada provides a time to focus on celebrating and educating the Muslim and non-Muslim community on the rich history, heritage and culture of Canadian Muslims and Muslims around the world.

Thus, I urge all of us to read more about our golden history, reflect on them, and share them with our children, youth, friends, and neighbors in this month. Donate Islamic history books, seerah of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) to public libraries, and gift them to your neighbors. Let us connect ourselves with our roots more than even to make our present better, and future brighter and stronger.

With Salam,
Abu Noman Tarek

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Grand Erie Immigration Partnership The Grand Erie Immigration Partnership is involved in planning and implementing activities promoting the economic and social integration of newcomers/immigrants. To learn more please visit us at this link .

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The Masjid

The masjid is a sanctified area, in which the rewards of prayers in congregation increase 25 to 27 times and where the mercy of Allah descends. It is considered the best of places by the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him).

Ibn 'Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him) relates:

"Masjids are the houses of Allah on the earth. They shine up to the inhabitants of the heavens just as the stars in the sky shine down to the inhabitants of the earth."

A true masjid, in the legal sense, is a place that has been permanently dedicated to Allah for the sake of prayer, recitation, and His remembrance. Any piece of land that has been dedicated permanently for the sake of congregational prayers will also become a proper masjid..