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Prince Aly Muhammad

Prince Aly Muhammad

Prince Aly Muhammad Aga Khan cuts the ribbon to start the 34th World Partnership Walk in Toronto. He is accompanied by Mayor John Tory and Minister Bennett 2018-06-17

Speech by Prince Aly Muhammad at the 34th World Partnership Walk in Toronto, Canada 2018-06-17

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Speech by Prince Aly Muhammad Aga Khan at the 34th World Partnership Walk in Toronto, Canada
June 17, 2018

Minister Bennett, Your Worship Mayor Tory, Distinguished Guests and Friends of the World Partnership Walk.

I can’t tell you how excited I am to be here today. Today is a celebration, it is a celebration of Canadians coming from all of Canada to contribute to the quality of life in some of the poorest and most remote parts of the world.

Prince Aly Muhammad attends 34th World Partnership Walk in Toronto 2018-06-17

Prince Aly Muhammad speaking at the World Partnership Walk in Toronto, Canada  2018-06-17

Prince Aly Muhammad attended the World Partnership Walk in Toronto, Canada on Sunday June 17, 2018. He was also accompanied by the Mayor of Toronto John Tory and other Provincial dignitaries and the Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs. Prince Aly Muhammad made a speech in which he remembered his experiences in the Northern Areas of Pakistan where he saw first-hand the results of climate change which have created havoc for the people there.

VIDEO OF THE SPEECH, RIBBON CUTTING AND TV COVERAGE

2018, June 17

Aga Khan museum holds rare Fatimids exhibition 2018-03-15

Aga Khan Museum, Toronto, Canada  2014-09-12
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www.nation.co.ke

The first of its kind exhibition has been opened at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, Canada.

The exhibition is about the Fatimids, an Ismaili Shia Islamic caliphate descended from Prophet Muhammad’s daughter Fatima.

The display, which runs until July 2, consists of luminous ceramics, intricate carvings shaped from rock crystals, and artefacts decorated with Kufic calligraphy and embellished with vines and leaves.

It is intended to showcase the life, times and the cultural expressions of the Fatimids.

Prince Amyn attends Adrienne Clarkson Award in Toronto at Koerner Hall 2017-09-27

2017-09-27 Prince Amyn with Dr. John Ralston Saul at Koerner Hall, Toronto

Prince Amyn Muhammad Aga Khan was guest of honour at the Adrienne Clarkson Prize for Global Citizenship in Toronto, Canada at Koerner Hall. Poet Weiwei of China was the recipient of the award this year. In 2016 Hazar Imam accepted the Adrienne Clarkson Prize for Global Citizenship

Prince Amyn waved and replied "Ya Ali Madad" as he departed at 9:30 PM

Hazar Imam

Hazar Imam

Hazar Imam at Convocation Hall, University of Toronto 2004-06-18

Inauguration of the Aga Khan Park 2015-05-25

Aga Khan Park, Toronto
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theismaili.org

The Inauguration of the Aga Khan Park will take place in the presence of Mawlana Hazar Imam on 25 May 2015. Situated along Wynford Drive, the Park provides a beautifully landscaped contemplative public space that encompasses the Ismaili Centre, Toronto and the Aga Khan Museum.

Also see:
» WEBCAST: Aga Khan Park opening in Toronto
http://www.theismaili.org/news-events/webcast-aga-khan-park-opening-toro...
» Aga Khan Park is for now and forever http://www.theismaili.org/news-events/event-journal-opening-toronto-and-...

H.H. THE AGA KHAN IN TORONTO - 2002-09-29

Hazar Imam at Woodbine Race Track, Toronto, Canada  2002-09-29

Mowlana Shah Karim attended the Canadian International at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Canada. His horse Alasha trained by Sir Michael Stoute and jockey Johnny Murtagh raced at 2:26 PM and came in second in the Taylor Stakes. At the finish of the mile and one-quarter classic, contested over a turf course listed as yielding, Fraulein and red-hot jockey Kevin Darley prevailed by one length over a closing Alasha. From Woodbine, Mowlana Shah Karim went to visit the site of the proposed high profile Jamatkhana.


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