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Building Bridges, Breaking Barriers, Facilitating Access.
Islamic Social Services Association


Canadian society is inclusive and has a strengthened Muslim community, where cultural and ethnic groups and their members' social, cultural, spiritual and economic well-being is fundamental. Each persons' potential is achieved by accessing and receiving culturally, linguistically and spiritually appropriate health, social and economic services and supports.

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Support ISSA to serve those in need!

our mandate

In collaboration with and integrated into mainstream human services, we provide family, health and social welfare services, inclusive of the many cultural and ethnic groups that comprise our Muslim communities in Manitoba and Canada. ISSA helps facilitate, bridge, navigate, advocate, collaborate, educate and build awareness and provide direct service and support to individuals and communities by collaborating and integrating into mainstream health and social services of our community.


ISSA is looking for volunteers to help with various community and service activities. Volunteering with ISSA is an opportunity to contribute to our community and to get experience working with others promoting social justice. 

Upcoming event(s)
  • Two Day Conference: Mental Health Impacts of Discrimination
    Two Day Conference: Mental Health Impacts of Discrimination
    Multiple Dates
    Sat, Jun 22
    Hilton Suites Winnipeg Airport
    Jun 22, 2024, 8:30 a.m. – Jun 23, 2024, 4:00 p.m.
    Hilton Suites Winnipeg Airport, 1800 Wellington Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3H 1B2, Canada
    Hope - Helpers - Healing ***Please note that the registration, $200.00 per person, is valid for both days (June 22 and 23rd) of the conference including two breakfasts, lunches and Saturday dinner provided by the Winnipeg Suites Hilton Hotel.
Weekly Event (s)
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November 10, 2023 – Ottawa, Ontario – Canadian Human Rights Commission

Today, the Canadian Human Rights Commission’s Interim Chief Commissioner, Charlotte-Anne Malischewski, issues the following statement

"The Canadian Human Rights Commission is devastated by the horrific violence and humanitarian tragedy taking place in Israel and Palestine. For many in Canada, these catastrophic events are deeply personal and painful. They evoke historic, intergenerational trauma and are causing immense grief, fear, distress, and anger.


We are deeply concerned by the recent dramatic rise in Islamophobia, antisemitism, and racism-fuelled hate in our country.


When hate manifests in our communities, it is a threat to public safety, democracy, and human rights.

Our governments have a responsibility to ensure that our public spaces — both virtual and physical — are safe for all.

Current events in our country have underscored the urgency that now is the time for new legislation to address hate in Canada with a coordinated and comprehensive approach.

The Government must act now."

Read the full statement.


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Trainings and workshops

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