On Thursday, April 20, 2017 at the Toronto Metro Convention Centre, the Public Policy Forum…
On Easter Sunday 2017, a mayor of Muslim faith, Naheed Nenshi took to the pulpit to give an Easter message.
A lecture commemorating Yawm-e-Ali, the birthday of Hazrat Ali, is being given by Syed Ali Abbas Razawi, Director General of the Scottish Ahlul Bayt Society, at the Ismaili Centre, Toronto on Saturday, 1 April 2017.
Christine Robertson is a veteran Ontario teacher who began a secondment to the Aga Khan Academy (AKA) Mombasa in April 2016.
As part of Philanthropist.ca celebration of Canada’s 150th, they are profiling Canadians from across the non-profit sector and putting a face to 150 individuals who work or volunteer in Canada’s social sector.
“Hello, is there anybody in there?” has been a question Azim Keshavjee and Comfortably Numb have been asking for over 25 years and it’s one that, like the band they admire, never gets old.
Pluralism Forum: Reducing Group Inequalities: Pathways to Pluralism in Malaysia, Brazil and Nigeria
The $28.5 million project was made possible with … $385,000 from the Ismaili community of B.C.
On Saturday, January 23, Aga Khan Museum welcomed Ali Riza and Hüseyin Albayrak — modern-day troubadours and heirs of the “Ashik” tradition of Anatolia
Endorsed by Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi.
Iqbal (Nick) Mawani was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada for the promotion of health care and healthy living and for contributing significantly to expand the use of Natural Health Products over 12 years in Canada.
The World’s Best Architecture: Architizer announces the winners of the 2017 A+Awards.
“I started choreographing this piece back in June 2016 and finally brought it to life as part of Roots: A Journey Through India – my travelling stage show”
This lecture will focus on compassion in the context of caregiving, mental health, aging populations and compassionate communities.
The landscape architect discusses how local plants featured in the garden respond to the seasonal changes and the paths are highlighted against the woods.
From Kampala to Canada: Our History, Our Future.
Carleton University and the MacOdrum Library are pleased showcase the Ugandan Asian Archive Collection on May 6, 2017 in Calgary, AB.
They came from Damascus, Aleppo, Banias, and beyond — and now they live in camps and abandoned buildings as Syria becomes a haunting memory. In this intimate and compelling drama, a Syrian woman prepares kibbeh in her kitchen while recounting tales of her vanished lover, bringing to life a land torn apart by civil war.
Fireside Chat with the Attorney General of Ontario, the Honourable Yasir Naqvi and the Aga Khan Foundation Canada CEO, Mr. Khalil Shariff on “The Role of Public Policy and Politics as Canada Turns 150”
Described in the sixteenth century as a masterpiece and acknowledged to this day as one of the most important works of Iranian painting
The Aga Khan Garden is considered a gift that will celebrate both the 150th anniversary of Canada and the Diamond Jubilee celebrations that mark 60 years since the Aga Khan became the 49th Hereditary Imam of the Shia Imami Ismaili Muslims.
Malala Yousafzai and Mahmoud Eboo, resident representative of the Aga Khan in Canada.
Bursting with wit and dream-like magic, this special screening is presented in celebration of NCFD 150 — the largest film festival in the world.
“The Aga Khan Museum is different to most museums, in that it is part of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture and has access to the resources and the expertise that have been built up over the decades…”
A natural opening in the woods provides an opportunity for a special learning and entertainment space in the Aga Khan Garden.
Learn more from the landscape architect about the details of the Aga Khan Garden at the University of Alberta.
Sponsored by the Centre for the Comparative Study of Muslim Societies and Cultures (SFU) and the Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations (Aga Khan University, UK)
Zahra Pirani, a Professional Engineer, honoured by Association of Consulting Engineering Companies British Columbia’s Young Professional Award
Churches throughout Calgary were packed with people celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ.. At one local church, it was a mayor of Muslim faith who took to the pulpit to give an Easter message.
Inspiring TEDx Talk by Thomas Woltz of Nelson Byrd Woltz landscape architect, who designed the Aga Khan Islamic Garden at University of Alberta Garden.
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