Think! Lead! Connect! Out of school and looking for something interesting to do this summer? We have put together an amazing program for senior high, college and university students (16+) who are interested in an engaging and fun summer. Water marbling, calligraphy, coffee house with open mic, aboriginal issues, wheelchair basketball, living libraries, cooking with refugees and much more! Space is limited - register today!
• July 26, 6-8pm: Cooking class at President's Choice Kitchen
• July 27, 6pm: Photography workshop (Brother Mamoun)
• August 15, 6-8pm: Wheelchair basketball, by Ontario Wheelchair Sports Association
Annual breakfast: July 30, 8 - 11 am
Join us for a morning get-together to share breakfast and socialise in a relaxed atmosphere. Breakfast items include traditional fare such as bake & saltfish, dhall, sardines, cassava, halwa/puri, as well as tea, coffee, bagels, toast, pancakes, fruits etc. There will be food for sale, and fun for all. Bring your family and invite your friends!
Noor Cultural Centre has compiled the following fact sheet addressing common questions and misconceptions about the Government of Canada's recent settlement with Omar Khadr.The
information provided is based on the discussion at Noor Cultural Centre with University of
Toronto Faculty of Law Professor Audrey Macklin. Continued...
IIT Ball Hockey league - new players now being accepted, volunteers needed
NEW PLAYERS: If you are aged 6-16 and would like to be contacted as soon as registration begins in August, please contact Khalid with the name and date of birth of the person who wants to play. Spots for new players are limited and go very fast so being contacted right from the start of registration gives you a good chance to get in. RETURNING PLAYERS: You are automatically contacted in August. Do nothing until you hear from Khalid. VOLUNTEERS: Volunteers needed for the following positions: coach, referee, scorekeeper, timekeeper. No experience necessary, training provided. Perfect for high school students looking for volunteer hours or parents who have sons playing in the league. Only those willing to commit on Friday nights from Sep 2017 to Mar 2018 need apply.
Send an email to Khalid with the requested information or call him at 416-894-5758.
Are you 15+ with nothing to do in the summer? Consider volunteering with our Youth leadership camp, Summer intensive or Summer camp. It's fun, exciting and rewarding, and you'll enjoy great company! Only serious applicants will be considered; volunteers will only be contacted if needed. Apply now!
Summer camp: Jul. 4 - Aug. 11
Six weeks of learning, fun & creativity! Register weekly or for all six weeks.
This year marks the 20th Anniversary of the Annual Summer Day Camp. The camp engages around 100 campers on a weekly basis through curriculum that includes Quran, Islamic Studies, Arts and Crafts, and Recreation. The day camp aims to provide a space to foster a meaningful Islamic identity while having a fun-filled summer. Continued...
Youth leadership camp: Jul. 4 - Aug. 11
Youth Leadership Camp for 13-15 year olds! An opportunity to explore, learn and build capacity while engaging in innovative programming. Limited to 50 participants, registration is on-line ONLY.
All praises are due to Allah, Lord of the worlds and may the peace and blessings of Allah be constantly showered upon our Beloved Prophet Muhammad forever.
As we move further into the 21st Century, the tensions and crises of the world are increasing by the day. Muslims, in the past, have always looked to the guidance of their
Lord and the methodology of the Last Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) to bring light in the time of darkness. Continued...
Children's evening madrassa
Focusing on fluency & recitation of the Qur'an according to the rules of tajwid. Registration done at IIT. → Sign-up today!
500 monthly donors
Let IIT be part of your income! Yes, when you donate to IIT, you will be rewarded for it in the hereafter, and your wealth is purified in this world. Be part of our 500 monthly donor drive - sign-up today!
We are in the process of setting up a community library to be located on the south side of building, on the second floor. A reading room is attached to the library and can be accessed via sliding doors connecting the two spaces.