The Ismaili Centres are symbolic markers of the permanent presence and core values of Ismaili communities around the world. Incorporating spaces for social and cultural gatherings, intellectual engagement and reflection, as well as spiritual contemplation, they are bridges of friendship and understanding, and serve to enhance relationships among faith communities, government and civil society.

Ismaili Centres


During the Diamond Jubilee Celebration in Lisbon, tours were arranged for members of the Jamat to visit the Ismaili Centre and its gardens.
29 July 2018 | Article

Two decades ago, on 11 July 1998, Mawlana Hazar Imam and then-President of Portugal Jorge...

Organizers from the City of Burnaby, Simon Fraser University and the Ismaili Centre and the panelists from the event.
17 July 2018 | Article

On 10 May 2018, a panel of professionals spoke eloquently about the painful experiences of...

17 July 2018 | Article

On 15 March 2018, Mehfil Chai House, a medley of performances, poetry and songs, was...

Prime Minister Trudeau acknowledges the completion of 1 million volunteer hours by the Ismaili community
20 March 2018 | Article

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau celebrated the occasion of Navroz yesterday at the...

Diamond Jubilee

The Ismaili Muslim Community is commemorating 60 years since His Highness the Aga Khan became the 49th hereditary Imam of the Shia Ismaili Muslims on 11 July 1957.