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The Muslim Association of Canada launches an Educational Platform to Combat Islamophobia in Ontario Schools With The Ministry of Education

Toronto, Ontario, December 2, 2021: The Muslim of Association of Canada (MAC) is proud to announce the launch of an…

Digital platform streamlines Islamophobia lessons for Ontario teachers

Amid rising waves of Islamophobia, educators now have a new digital platform to help them combat hate. The Muslim Association…

New online resources launched to help combat Islamophobia in Ontario schools

Ontario students and teachers now have access to a set of online resources aimed at combating Islamophobia in schools. The…

Message of the Executive Director

Asalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah, I pray that each of you, your families and communities are well and healthy, inshaAllah. This…

Muslims Launch Platform to Combat Islamophobia in Ontario Schools

A leading Canadian Muslim association is launching a new educational platform to combat Islamophobia in the public education system and…

Muslim Association launches digital platform to combat Islamophobia

On November 18, the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC) unveiled its MAC Islam Awareness platform to combat Islamophobia during a virtual meeting…

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Leaders' Spotlight

 MAC’s staff and volunteers work with a dedicated passion as earnest servicemen and women. Our collective work is an investment towards various communities and, by extension, to all Canadians. As a faith-based organization we are passionate about what we do and our distinguished members and community leaders make all the difference.

Dr. Dina Badawy

Dina Badawy moved to Canada in 2004, and is a mother of two, Mariam and Safiya.  She holds a Master’s and a Bachelor’s degree in Textile…