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When he was 14, Aleem Nanji produced his first sketch: a colourful, life-size depiction of spiderman. As he grew older, he began sketching primarily in black and white. His approach was symbolic of his life philosophy — “Life is black and white, and it’s our job to fill it with colour,” he told his parents.

Art can be a powerful force with the ability to unite or divide.

Global Muslim leaders gathered at the Ismaili Centre Toronto over the first weekend of October for the closing ceremony of the Concordia Forum, an initiative that brings diverse Muslim leaders together to foster collaboration in response to social problems and discuss Islam’s role in the world.

Liberal Finance Minister Bill Morneau faced opposing political candidates in an all candidates’ forum hosted by the Ismaili Centre Toronto on October 16.

Thousands of volunteers assembled at various locations across Canada to take part in Ismaili CIVIC over two weekends at the end of September.

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