Day 11 of 30 Canadian Masjids in 30 Days is a Travel Day.

Began by boarding MaritimeBus in Saint John, New Brunswick after Fajr, Dawn Prayers, and arriving by Asr, Late Afternoon Prayer time, in Québec City/Sainte-Foy.

Originally Day 10 was Fredericton overnight from Iftar until Fajr.

Instead extended my stay in Saint John, NB, by one day upon learning of the new Musalah at 370 Somerset Street.

Giving a day here, taking a day there, all in keeping a flexible schedule of three days for and in each Canadian Province.

InshAllah.

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Left to Right: Abdullah, Qasem, Daoud, Rezk.

Left to Right: Abdullah, Qasem, Daoud, Rezk.

Where do you find Muslim Canadians in-between Isha, The Night Prayer, and Fajr, The Dawn Prayer, when it’s The Holy Month of Ramadan?

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05 - MSA - UNBSJ - Muslim Students Association - University or New Brunswick Saint John - Wednesday June 15 2016

The Muslim Students’ Association of University of New Brunswick Saint John has a prayer space available for Muslim Faculty, Students, and wider community.

Abid Saeed Sheikh, is former Faculty. A Professor of English, at times Professor Sheikh delivered the Friday Sermon on Campus in this prayer room.

It’s located inside Saint John College.

He drove us over then gave me a tour.

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Abid Saeed Sheikh is a Founding Member of Muslim Association of New Brunswick in Saint John.

01 - [CLOSED] - Musalla Uptown Saint John - 213 Charlotte Street - Saint John, New Brunswick

Uptown Musalla Saint John at 213 Charlotte Street in Saint John, New Brunswick IS CLOSED. The Musalla has relocated to 370 Somerset Street in North End, Saint John.

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Omair and HiMY inside Masjid Dar As-Salam, Charlottletown, PEI 20160612_210916

Guest Blog Post By Omair Imtiaz | Charlottetown, PEI

As Salam Alaykum wa Rahmatu Allahi wa barakatuhu

Such a pleasure to have our well travelled Br. Himy join us at Masjid Dar As Salam here in Canada’s smallest province.

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