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The Aga Khan Museum, in partnership with the Ismaili Council for British Columbia, is pleased to be bringing a piece of The Moon: A Voyage Through Time to Vancouver! Join Sr. Exhibitions Manager Sarah Beam-Borg as she takes listeners on a behind-the-scenes exploration of the timeless themes and eternal beauty of the centerpiece of the exhibition, a source of wonder and inspiration for poets, artists, and scientists throughout the ages.

On March 9, 2019, the Aga Khan Museum unveiled its newest exhibit, entitled The Moon: A Voyage Through Time.

The Aga Khan Economic Planning Board for Pakistan, in collaboration with Accelerate Prosperity Pakistan (APP), an initiative of the Aga Khan Development Network, held an entrepreneurship development seminar for the Southern, Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral regions at the Karachi School of Business and Leadership (KSBL) auditorium. 

Women's flag football teams competing at the 2015 United States Ismaili Games held in Dallas, Texas.

Sports have been part of the human experience since history has been recorded, as far back as Sumerian times (4000 BCE), and ancient Egypt. They were generally associated with religion, making sports a sacred activity, with such events being consecrated to the gods. In those times, sports included wrestling and archery, and Zen Buddhism was the foundation for the martial arts, requiring meditation and intense concentration.

Did you know that Canada will double the size of its health and bioscience sector by 2025? The growth of the sector will lead to the advancement of innovative technologies, improved health conditions, and an expansion of the related job market. With the sector doubling in size, not only will we see improvements in the field of health and technology, we will see an expansion in the related job market. If you are a health and bioscience student, professional, or enthusiast curious about prospects then this is the presentation for you.