About Outreach Department

Through outreach department ICNA sisters plan activities to remove the misconceptions about Islam. We invite people of other faiths to our

activities like "get to know your Muslim neighbors,” "library open houses," “Hijab day,” “Green dawah day,” and many media campaigns.

We aim to provide the true Islamic perspective through authentic literature as well as by providing opportunities to learn directly from the Muslims instead of media, on concepts mostly misunderstood in the community including Terrorism and Status of Women in Islam.

Our Projects

World Hijab


February 1st, 2013,  marked the first annual World Hijab Day (WHD) in recognition of millions of Muslim women who choose to wear the hijab ...........

Meet a Muslim, Day

In order to build bridges and remove misconceptions, ICNA Sisters creates occasions for open dialogues with our neighbours and fellow Canadians............

Bus/Subway Ad Campaign

A very effective way of sending messages about true Islamic values is through Ads on buses and subways..............

Billboard Ad


Billboard ad campaign is another way of dawah and to increase visibility of Islam and send positive messages..........

Islamic History


A golden past with modern day examples that touch our lives daily, an acknowledgement to those who have contributed to the betterment of humanity.....

Street Dawah

Accompanied with our husbands , daughters and sons, ICNA Sisters have also taken this responsibility on themselves to provide the Islamic information ............

Contact Us

email: icnasisterscanada@gmail.com


6635 Kitimat Rd, Unit 33 

Mississauga, Ontario

L5N 6J2

Phone #: 647-948-9826


Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

10:00 am - 1:00 pm

About Us

ICNA Sisters Canada was established in 1978 by six visionary sisters to seek the pleasure of Allah (swt) by enabling Muslim women to strive and build a community that sets path towards personal excellence in their faith, worship, morality and to share the Islamic vision for the moral and social development of the Canadian society through knowledge, training, and community services.

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