MAC Eid Festival 2017 – Eid Al Fitr


The Muslim Association of Canada would like to invite you to join this grand celebration that has become a fabric of Ontario’s heritage and Toronto’s multicultural mosaic. The event has had over 10,000 attendees come together to celebrate Eid which is an amazing sight for anyone to witness.

The theme for Eid 2017 will be ‘Diversity Is Our Strength’. We will be implementing NEW ideas to make this day even more memorable. Stay tuned and come join us on Sunday, June 25th 2017 to celebrate Eid Al Fitr and Canada’s 150th Birthday at the Enercare Centre.

Doors Open – 9:00 am
Prayer – 10:00 am
Festival – 11am – 8pm

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*Please note that Masjid Toronto will not be hosting Eid prayers.



Posted June 23rd, 2017 in Featured, MAC

Masjid Toronto’s 3rd Annual Qur’an Competition


Join Masjid Toronto’s 3rd Annual Ramadan Qur’an Competition. This is your opportunity to strengthen your relationship with the Book of Allah and encourage many others along the way. Great awards will be given to winners of each level.

Registration will be open from May 20th to June 5th. The competition will be held on Saturday, June 10th; between Asr and Maghrib for all levels, separately for brothers and sisters. This would be followed by a celebration ceremony on Wednesday, June 21st, at 10:00 PM to appreciate the winners.


Posted May 22nd, 2017 in Family, Featured, Youth

Posted May 19th, 2017 in Featured

Ramadan 2017 – 1438H


Posted May 18th, 2017 in Featured

Masjid Toronto condemns all forms of hate


It has come to our attention that an inappropriate supplication that was offensive to those of Jewish faith, was made in our downtown mosque, Masjid Toronto. Such language is unacceptable and against the values and practices of the Muslim Association of Canada (MAC), Masjid Toronto and the Muslim Community at large. Masjid Toronto condemns all forms of hate and racism towards any faith group or others and is committed to offeringĀ a safe spiritual space for all congregants.

Posted February 20th, 2017 in Announcements

Muslim Association of Canada released this statement on the Masjid Toronto incident on Friday, February 17, 2017.

“No Canadian should feel intimidated when walking into their synagogue, church, temple or mosque. We are thankful to our fellow Canadians who joined with us today against this attack on religious freedom and Canadian values.

The safety and security of our worshippers is paramount. We thank Toronto Police Services for their on-going support and their swift attention.

We also thank our fellow Torontonians and Canadians who have expressed their support.”

Posted February 18th, 2017 in Announcements

Posted December 16th, 2016 in Announcements, Featured