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His Highness the Aga Khan receives UCalgary honorary degree at special ceremony 2018-10-17

His Highness the Aga Khan, second from left, arrives at the University of Calgary's Rozsa Centre Wednesday 2018-10-17
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ucalgary.ca

His Highness the Aga Khan now has a new connection to the University of Calgary.
In a special ceremony on campus Wednesday, Chancellor Deborah Yedlin conferred an Honorary Doctor of Laws — UCalgary’s highest academic honour — on the 49th hereditary Imam (spiritual leader) of the Shia Ismaili Muslim community.

Hazar Imam with Prince Aly Muhammad at University of Calgary 2018-10-17

Hazar Imam with Prince Aly Muhammad at University of Calgary  2018-10-17

Hazar Imam with Prince Aly Muhammad at University of Calgary 2018-10-17

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the.ismaili

His Highness the Aga Khan to receive UCalgary honorary degree 2018-09-21

 His Highness the Aga Khan will receive an honorary degree from the University of Calgary on Oct. 17. Photo courtesy AKDN
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UCALGARY.CA

University’s highest honour to be conferred Oct. 17
By University Relations Staff
September 24, 2018

His Highness the Aga Khan will receive an honorary degree from the University of Calgary on Oct. 17. Photo courtesy Aga Khan Development Network

University of Calgary Chancellor Deborah Yedlin and President and Vice-Chancellor Elizabeth Cannon are pleased to announce that His Highness the Aga Khan will be the recipient of an honorary degree at a special ceremony next month.

His Highness the Aga Khan to receive UCalgary honorary degree 2018-09-21

H.H. the Aga Khan with Chancellor  Yedlin after receiving his honorary degree, Doctor of Laws, from the UCalgary  2018-10-17

University’s highest honour to be conferred Oct. 17
By University Relations Staff
September 24, 2018

His Highness the Aga Khan will receive an honorary degree from the University of Calgary on Oct. 17.University of Calgary Chancellor Deborah Yedlin and President and Vice-Chancellor Elizabeth Cannon are pleased to announce that His Highness the Aga Khan will be the recipient of an honorary degree at a special ceremony next month.

Hazar Imam arrives in Calgary

Hazar Imam arrives in Calgary

His Highness the Aga Khan, left, is greeted by Lois Mitchell, Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, and Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi upon arrival in Calgary Monday evening. Supplied photo, courtesy organizers of Aga Khan diamond jubilee celebrations in Calgary. May 7, 2018.

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calgary Herald

Aga Khan to visit Calgary in May 2018-04-23

The Aga Khan Steven Senne / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
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calgary Herald

Members of Calgary’s Ismaili Muslim community are preparing for a visit from the Aga Khan next month.
The spiritual leader will be in Calgary from May 9 to 11 as part of a visit to Canada to celebrate his Diamond Jubilee anniversary.

The Aga Khan will visit Ottawa from May 1 to 4, including attending a dinner at Rideau Hall, the official residence of the Governor General, and will also visit Vancouver as part of the trip.

Volunteer Tasneem Rahim said the visit to Alberta is “a very significant occasion for Canada and the community.”

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FRANKLIN JK CALGARY

CELEBRATING 50 YEARS - 2007-07-08

2007, July 8: Ismaili Muslim community is ready to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ascension to the Imamat of their spiritual leader, the Aga Khan. While the actual anniversary will be marked all over the world on July 11th, events are planned throughout the year. 'As our spiritual leader, his role is to interpret the faith and to advance the well-being of the Ismaili community from both a spiritual and a worldly aspect and improve the quality of life of the societies in which Ismailis live.' [Calgary Herald] [Star Telegram] [The Province] [The Province]

SAVE THE ALPS - environmental activist-1990-11-02

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Calgary Herald

- Create more parks --- * Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan's unremitting praise for Canada's preservation of its Alpine wilderness is gratifying, but it should not lull us into complacency. Much still needs doing to ensure the country's enviable system of national parks will continue to grow and prosper.

Calgary Sun - STUDENTS RAISE FUNDS FOR AFGHANI SCHOOL - 2003-07-05

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www.canoe.ca/CalgaryNews/cs.cs-07-05-0019.html

Calgary elementary school students are making their mark in an Afghanistan high school by raising funds for desperately needed school supplies.
Kids from Colonel J. Fred Scott school in Calgary's northeast began raising cash -- by performing odd jobs and chores -- for Tajwar Sultana School, a girls' high school, helping it to become the first facility of its kind in Afghanistan, with state-of-the-art computer facilities.

'This was a fantastic and emotional experience for them,' said project spokeswoman Sameera Sereda.

CBC Radio - The Significance of the Visit of the Aga Khan - 2008-11-25

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An ismaili spokesperson is interviewed by CBC radio Calgary. They speak of the Aga Khan, His work, and the Ismaili community.

0579-HEALTH & SPIRITUALITY -

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