MCQ DAILY PRAYER SCHEDULE
45°27'35.5"N 73°39'16.2"W, 45.459861, -73.654500
| September 18, 2021
5:45 am4 Hours 13 Minutes
|Fajr||5:14 am||5:45 am|
|Zuhr||12:49 pm||1:10 pm|
|Asr||4:16 pm||4:45 pm|
|Maghrib||7:00 pm||7:05 pm|
|Isha||8:22 pm||8:45 pm|
|Jumuah||12:15, 12:45 & 1:15 PM|
Friday Prayer (Salatul-Jumu‘ah): at 12:15 PM, 12:45 PM & 1:15 PM
Places of worship
Measures in force
Places of worship
Maximum 250 people inside and 500 people outside. If the place of worship occupies an entire building, the limit applies to the building.
Weddings ceremony and funerals are also limited to 250 people inside and 500 people outside. They must stay seated during the event. An attendance register is mandatory for these ceremonies.
The reception following the ceremony is limited to 25 people if it takes place indoors, and 50 people if it takes place outdoors.
A distance of at least 1 metre must be maintained between people if they are not talking or if they are talking quietly, and 2 meters if they are talking or singing, even when they stay in their seat and do not move about, unless they are from the same private home or the equivalent.
A procedure mask or face covering must be worn. The procedure mask or face covering can be taken off when the person is in their seat, is silent or speaks only in a low voice
Statement by the Prime Minister on Eid al-Adha
“Today, Muslims in Canada and around the world will celebrate Eid al-Adha as they mark the end of the Hajj, the annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca.
“On this day, Muslims traditionally attend prayers, exchange gifts and greetings, provide aid to the poor, perform a sacrifice, and share a special meal with family and friends. This important day still offers an opportunity to reflect on lessons of sacrifice, compassion, and generosity, and to show appreciation for life’s blessings. It is also a time for all Canadians to recognize the many contributions that Muslim Canadians have made to our country for generations.
“While some people will once again be able to gather safely with family and friends to celebrate this year’s Eid, others may still be isolated and alone. And many are missing out once again on the pilgrimage to Mecca. But if we continue to follow public health guidelines and get our COVID-19 vaccines as soon as it’s our turn, we will beat this virus and we will all be able to celebrate together next year.
“Sadly, today will also be more sombre as we continue to acknowledge that Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hatred is real in Canada. The recent tragedy in London, Ontario, is a painful reminder that Muslims continue to face insults, threats, and violence in communities across the country. Hatred and discrimination have no place in our society. That is why the Government of Canada will host the National Summit on Islamophobia on July 22, to continue to take strong action against this hate and discrimination. Together, we must choose inclusion over intolerance, and reaffirm our commitment to a diverse Canada, where everyone – no matter their faith, ethnicity, culture, or gender – can feel welcome, safe, and respected.
“On behalf of our family, Sophie and I wish all those observing Eid al-Adha a wonderful celebration.
THE MCQ APPRECIATES YOUR SUPPORT AND PARTICIPATION
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With pandemic Covid-19 restrictions, the MCQ remained open with limited capacity, for regular and Friday prayers. The MCQ appreciates your donations in this difficult and challenging time for organizing smoothly with the help and participation of attendees.
Please donate generously and identify your donation at the comment box as the following categories:
- Zakat ul mal
- Donation for Mosque operating and renovation expenses
- New construction of MCQ mosque roof and carpet (already finished).
- Emergency fund
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Respected Sisters and Brothers, Assalamualaikum
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