Recognition of Islamic Marriage, Divorce, and Ancillary Issues: The Canadian Perspective

The Muslim community in Canada is almost as old as the nation itself. Four years after Canada’s founding in 1867, the 1871 Canadian Census found 13 Muslims among the population. Interestingly enough, the first Mosque built in Canada was the Al Rashid Mosque built in 1938 in Edmonton, Alberta, which is located 300 kilometres from the writer’s city of Calgary.

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