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UPDATE: Extension of MAC School Closures & Continuing Online Learning Programs

UPDATE: Extension of MAC School Closures & Continuing Online Learning Programs MISSISSAUGA, April 03 2020   On March 31st, Ontario…

MAC Webinars: Mayor Tory Live with the Muslim Community

Special Webinar where Mayor John Tory engages online with the Muslim community addressing their needs and concerns during this time…

MAC Webinar 02 Connecting While Isolating

MAC Webinar “Connecting While Isolating” airs tomorrow at 8:30-9:300pm EDT. Features a panel discussion by Dr. Jamal Badawi, Br. Ali…

Federal Lobbyists’ Registry Sees Crop of new COVID-19 filings, as Groups Grapple with Pandemic

MAC’s Executive Director, Sharaf Sharafeldin quoted as a leader of Canada’s largest Muslim charity. He explains how the there’s a…

Help community groups aid others

Help Community Groups Aid Others Mosques have closed their doors to congregations. However, acts guided by our faith, including responsibilities…

Statement On MAC’s Requests For The Government to Support the Charity Sector

Statement On MAC’s Requests For The Government to Support the Charity Sector   Mississauga – March 26, 2020 – The severe…

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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.

Hala Abogoddah

Hala Abogoddah was born in Aleppo, Syria. She moved to Canada in 2000 with her husband and seven children and holds…