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Jamat Khane closures in Toronto

I heard the council will be closing York Mills and Greenland Khanes at the end of the year as announced.

Reliable sources also tell me that Bayview, and Richmond Hill khanes will close in July. The jamat will be told to stay home or go to other jamat khanes.

Dundas West the only Jamat Khane in downtown Toronto will also be closed in July 2015.

With the pending closures of Bayview, and Richmomd Hill, and DundasWest does the council have sites for daily khane for these khanes or are they being closed in order to say "we don't have anymore weekend khanes"

Does anyone have any further information as to why ALL weekend khanes are being closed in Toronto without a solution for daily khanes. I know some downtown tell me they will stay home as the next khane is too far. Unionville isnt large enough to handle the impact of the closure of Richmond Hill. As well Willowdale isnt large enough to handle the extra jamat from the closure of Bayview.

The closures of DundasWest, Richmond Hill, Bayview have been officially confirmed. YorkMills, and Greenland are closing at the end of the year. Thorncliffe closed with the opening of the ITC-HQ.

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