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MUSLIM HERITAGE & CANADA DAY AWARD RECIPIENTS 2002

 

 

DR. ATIF A. KUBURSI – PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS

IN RECOGNITION OF HIS OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS AS AUTHOR, RESEARCHER AND SPEAKER ON ARAB AND MUSLIM ISSUES

DR. KENNETH H. NG – M.D., C.M.

IN APPRECIATION OF HIS DISTINGUISHED INTER-CULTULRAL COMMUNITY SERVICE.

 

MARYLISA BONI

IN RECOGNITION OF HER CARING CONCERN AND ASSISTANCE PROVIDED TO MUSLIM REFUGEES ALL OVER THE WORLD

 

ALLY ESMAIL

IN RECOGNITION OF HIS OUTSTANDING AND DEDICATED SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY, HIS LEADERSHIP AND OUTREACH WORK

 

DR. KAZEM MESBAH-MOOSAVI & MRS. AMENEH MOTTAGHI  

IN RECOGNITION OF THEIR OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP IN PROMOTING INTERFAITH DIALOGUE AND UNDERSTANDING, GUIDING THE UMMA TO LEAD BALANCED LIVES AND SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY

 

NAEEMUDDIN SYED

IN APPRECIATION OF HIS PIONEERING VOLUNTEER WORK FOR THE MUSLIM COMMUNITY IN TORONTO

 

THE OUTREACH COMMITTEE - LANSING UNITED CHURCH

IN RECOGNITION OF THE EXEMPLARY LEADERSHIP IN COMMUNITY SERVICE, HUMAN RIGHTS, SOCIAL JUSTICE, AND INTERFAITH DIALOGUE  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5TH ANNUAL CANADA DAY & MUSLIM HERITAGE AWARDS 2003

 

Mobeen Khaja, President of the Association said "Canada is an exemplary model of a multicultural and pluralistic society where immigrants from all over the world can have a feeling of belonging to this great nation within no time of their arrival here and live and work side by side in harmony and peace, and that strides are being made every day in combating whatever little racism exists here."

 

Seven awards were given to the following:

  • Dr. Hanif Kassam for “his exemplary work in dealing with the SARS public health issue in York Region.”

  • Kingsview United Church, Oshawa, for “the interfaith dialogue and outreach work done by the church under the leadership of Reverend Dave Le Grand.”  

  • Campaign Against Child Poverty for “amplifying the voice of those smothered with poverty.”

  • Tasneem Sachee for “her beautiful Islamic calligraphic work and artistic abilities.”  

  • Nahed Eid for “her support of the Arab and Muslim causes, and coverage of Muslim issues in the Arab Star’s articles and reports.”

  • Khaled Homaidan for “service to the Arab and Muslim communities through books, articles, TV productions, and educational movies.”

  • Dr. Mohamed Yasin Hammoudeh from Montreal for “his research on Middle-Eastern history, social sciences and religion, and his intellectual publications on Arab events and Muslim issues.”

  

         

Mobeen Khaja giving award to the Campaign against 

Child Poverty Committee.

Dilshaan Panjwani singing the National Anthem at 12:01 on 

July 1st with Chief Armand La Barge(York Regional Police) 

and Liaison Officer, Rick Moss ( RCMP)