MAAN ALHMIDISPECIAL TO THE GLOBE AND MAILPUBLISHED JANUARY 6, 2020 When Ahmad Meree sits alone in his living room, he misses his family. When he eats his meals, he tastes the food he once ate with them. When he sleeps, he dreams of the happy and the horrible moments he had in Aleppo, Syria. ThisContinue reading “Memories inspire refugee playwright Ahmad Meree”
Syrian refugee Khaled Aldrar is waiting for citizenship to compete for the national Canadian wrestling team.
Locally-produced alcohol sales increased in the last fiscal year strongly, Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. data reveals.
Rouida Khalaf, 51, came to Canada in 2016 as a refugee from Syria through Jordan accompanying her husband, Mohamad Alsaid, and their six kids. She’s is still waiting for her oldest son to join them from Jordan.
Maan Alhmidi Published: May 06 at 6:52 p.m. The month of Ramadan is not only about fasting and prayer, it’s also an opportunity for Muslims to come together as one community. A group of Muslims in Halifax, who pray at the Ummah Mosque, started a new initiative to help others to get to the mosque forContinue reading “Muslims in Halifax reflect Ramadan’s values by sharing cars”
Maan Alhmidi Published: May 08,2019 at 7:43 p.m. Houses in Nova Scotia are much smaller and cheaper than those in Ontario and British Columbia, new Statistics Canada data reveals. Single-detached houses are the small in Nova Scotia, when compared with Ontario and B.C. “We’re looking at above grade living area, so that does not include finishedContinue reading “Older homes play big role in Nova Scotia real estate prices”