10th Traditional Winter Camp 24-27 Dec.
Organized by ATIC Calgary
Almost 420 individuals participated from Edmonton, Red Deer, Calgary, Lethbridge and from different nations; Canadian, Turkish, Kurdish, Azerbaijani, Moroccan, Turkmen, Afghan, Bengal, Uzbek…
Kids had a lot fun with the hired professional childminders.
During 3 days 6 experts from different fields (from Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and US) enlightened our members through 9 conferences and seminars.
– Healthy communication between spouses.
– To be able to understand what children utter and they don’t.
– How to deal with the challenges in family life and in social life or what is having an active patience? Under the light of Prophet Mohammad’s practices.
-Why do we need a different and contemporary approach in understanding the Holy Quran? Example of naming the chapter 96 from Quran as “Love” instead of “clot clinging”.
– An unrealized threat for newcomers; to ghettoization, or a cure to it; to be integrated with the society by not forgetting the roots.