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(The Canadian Press)

‘Celebrating with sadness’: Muslims mark sombre Eid, some without health restrictions

Muslims across Canada are celebrating a sombre Eid-ul-Adha this week

 

Green party Leader Annamie Paul holds a press conference in Ottawa on Monday, June 7, 2021. Paul is calling on the Liberal government to create a national anti-Islamophobia strategy in the wake of an attack in London, Ont. that left four members of a Muslim family dead. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

‘Call out the hate’: Green leader demands anti-Islamophobia plan from Ottawa

An attack in London, Ontario left four members of a Muslim family dead Sunday

 

On Thursday at South Surrey Athletic Park, the White Rock Muslim Association hosted an outdoor prayer service to celebrate Eid – the end of Ramadan. (Contributed photo)

PHOTOS: White Rock Muslim Association celebrates end of Ramadan outdoors

Semiahmoo Peninsula Muslims took part in socially-distanced prayers to mark Eid

 

In Ontario, COVID-19 vaccine clinics have been set up at local mosques. (Submitted photo: Rufaida Mohammed)

Getting the vaccine does not break your fast, says Muslim COVID-19 task force

Muslim community ‘strongly’ encouraging people to get their shot, whether or not during Ramadan

In Ontario, COVID-19 vaccine clinics have been set up at local mosques. (Submitted photo: Rufaida Mohammed)
White Rock Muslim Association former president Asad Syed says this year, due to COVID-19 restrictions, Ramadan will have to be observed at home, rather than in a larger community setting. (Aaron Hinks photo)

White Rock Muslim Association prepares for smaller-scale Ramadan

Prayers, fasting will have to take place at home due to COVID-19 pandemic: Syed

White Rock Muslim Association former president Asad Syed says this year, due to COVID-19 restrictions, Ramadan will have to be observed at home, rather than in a larger community setting. (Aaron Hinks photo)