Shaneela was born in Cochrane, Ontario in 1966 to a Pakistani Ismaili family.
23rd May, 2016 – Photo collection by Salim Nensi Photography – Toronto
When we began our charitable work in April 2014, we had no funds, students, university…
Ismaili Students Total Achievement and Recognition Awards 2016
The multicultural fabric of the city of Toronto inspired the selections for this program.
Some schools of mysticism considered that passionate love could lead to madness.
Meet Senator Mobina Jaffer
Girish Agarwal aims to raise funds to build toilets and improve sanitation in schools and…
Setting out to conquer the Persian Empire in 334 BC, Alexander the Great lamented that no poet would narrate his history and adventures.
What a great pleasure it is for me to welcome you, most warmly, to the Aga Khan Museum and to this Lecture.
David Mulroney, President of the University of St. Michael’s College and former Ambassador to the Republic of China delivered the citation.
The Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, the oldest humanities research institute in Canada, conferred an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters upon His Highness the Aga Khan.
Karen Vandergaag, a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Honours student at the Kelowna campus, is one of only 12 young adults across Canada to be awarded an International Youth Fellowship by the Aga Khan Foundation Canada (AKFC).
Join Shamez Mohamed of Imara Limited, the master developer for the Aga Khan Museum, Ismaili Centre, and Park, for a walking tour
Albie Sachs is considered one of the key architects of South Africa’s post-apartheid constitution. Matt Galloway spoke with him this morning.
“Let us celebrate today our own connection to His Highness, a champion of pluralism, a transcender of borders and barriers, and a great, wise and benevolent connector,”
The Pontifical Institute for Mediaeval Studies awarded Mawlana Hazar Imam an honorary degree for his service to humanity.
A dialogue followed the lecture, moderated by Doug Saunders, International Affairs Columnist with the Globe and Mail.
Full video of the event will be up shortly at the pluralism.ca. For now, check out some pictures of the event and reception.