Jumuah information

Jumuah at IIT 1:30 pm – Shaikh Abdool Hamid2:15 pm – Dr. Abdullah Hakim Quick Gates close 5 minutes prior to prayer so please arrive early and ensure that you complete the COVID screening. If you are unable to attend or wish to cancel you can do so by requesting a “Refund” on Eventbrite, or …

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Daily fajr & maghrib

Maximum capacity: 130 We are pleased to announce a limited opening for fajr & maghrib on a daily basis.  Registration must be done to ensure we have updated information. Attendance will be allowed only for those who have pre-registered and have been screened for COVID-19 symptoms through the registration process.  Registration is open for both brothers …

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The Friday Hour: 7:30 pm

Keeping the Faith! Fridays at 7:30 PM. Please gather your family for an inspirational, educational and interactive program where we will explore elements of our Faith; reflect on important lessons and discuss current and emerging issues. This program will be streamed live on facebook and YouTube and islam.ca.

Summer Day Camp

This will be the Islamic Institute of Toronto’s 24th Annual Summer Day Camp, and our goal is to provide children ages 6-12 with a summer experience that is exciting and enriching. A place where children can experience the richness, excitement, and warmth of an Islamic environment; a place where children learn the importance of caring, sharing, …

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Security incident update

June 18, 2021 In the Name of Allah, Most Compassionate, Most Merciful. We are providing an update to the security incident that occurred on Tuesday at IIT. Police have arrested and charged two individuals with charges pertaining to break and enter, threatening death and endangering life. Police have said that at this time there is …

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Two-year fellowship in children’s literature for Muslim Storytellers

The fellowship is funded by a grant with the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art’s (DDFIA) Building Bridges Program. The mission of the Building Bridges Program is to support national efforts, working with U.S. Muslims, to increase mutual understanding and well-being among diverse populations for the benefit of building stronger, inclusive communities.  The fellowship aims to …

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