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CMCO’s Maritime Representative on the New Zealand shootings
This article was first published on the following source. The massacre in New Zealand has angered and saddened people all around the world. Here in the CMCO Maritimes, many have spent some time trying to come to terms with it. “I know this is occupying the minds of many, many Muslims and we’re looking for some
After online threats and arrest, Saskatoon Muslims express mix of concern and relief
On Sept. 20, city police charged a 24-year-old man with uttering death threats after Facebook posts were reported to them. The posts — status updates and comments attributed to the man on a news article shared on his personal Facebook page — threatened the execution of “Saudi leaders” on the university campus that afternoon. Police
Saskatoon’s Muslim community calls for unity
Ramadan, one of the holiest months in the Muslim faith, has come and gone for another year.
Saskatoon residents show solidarity with Muslim community
Hundreds gathered in the cold Jan. 31 for an outdoor vigil at Saskatoon City Hall in support of those killed in a mosque shooting in Quebec
Saskatoon series offers insights into Islamic faith
SASKATOON — A five-part series in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon is offering information and insights into the Islamic faith.