The Islamic Association of Nova Scotia (IANS), Canada, is a non-profit, volunteer organization that provides support and services to the Muslim community of Nova Scotia for its religious and social needs. The Association administers the mosques in Dartmouth and Truro, Nova Scotia and maintains the Muslim cemetery in Truro.
Eid al Azha Prayer InformationPosted August 23rd, 2017
Eid prayers will be held at BMO Soccer Centre on Friday, September 1st.
The takbeer will start at 830am, and salat at 9am sharp.
- Please bring a prayer mat and a plastic bag to keep the shoes with you
- No food or drink of any type is allowed in the prayer area.
- Selling of any goods and products is not permitted.
- No solicitations or fundraising will be allowed.
- Police officers will be there for assistance. Please respect the parking laws to avoid ticketing
- Kindly arrive on time and allow enough time for parking.
Eid al Azha Children's Party & DinnerPosted August 18th, 2017
Come and join Islamic Association of Nova Scotia for Eid Dinner at Dartmouth Masjid.
Tickets are available at the Masjid. Please contact Imam Hamza or Br. Atif to buy the tickets.
Tickets will be collected from the guests upon arrival. Adult: $20 Children (4 - 12 years): $10 (Children under 4 are free)
View flyer here.
Nida 2017 Available!May 27, 2017
US Travel BanJanuary 30th, 2017
U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order on January 27th that temporarily suspends all immigration for citizens of seven Muslim countries for 90 days. This has created confusion at airports and border crossings over who was affected by the ban and to what extent.
The ban affects people from Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Somalia, Syria, Yemen and Libya. Even if you hold dual citizenship, you may be refused entry to the United States.
Entry to the United States is granted by the U.S Customs and Border Protection, a federal law enforcement agency. Please note the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) only controls entry into Canada.
Before You Travel
Please visit the following websites:
Lessons from Prophet Yusuf (Joseph)December 3, 2016
The story of Yusuf (also knon as Joseph) Peace be upon him is very encompassing. His life embodies many dimensions, many will be able to identify themselves with his life.
It is appealing to the child, it strikes a chord to the young, it gives direction to the infatuated individual and it gives hope to the victim. It has solutions for the issue of sibling rivalry, it has a message for the ruler and a source of relief for those in distress.
By Imam Hamzah Mangera.
Monthly Potlucks & Kids PartyFirst Saturday of every month
Islamic Association of Nova Scotia holds a pot luck dinner at the Dartmouth Mosque every first Saturday of the month. However, during the month of Ramadan an open Iftar is scheduled for all Muslims every Saturday.
All the Muslim are requested to attend the monthly pot lucks with their families.