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The Circle is the first English-language newspaper in the Waterloo Region directed primarily at local Muslims, The Circle aims to be this region’s premier source of what is happening in the Muslim communities. Our inclusive, intercultural, and interfaith approach is intended to engage all Muslims and non-Muslims in the region to inform, connect, inspire and celebrate local Muslim experiences, and build a broader community through storytelling.

This newspaper will be mainly in English, with some Arabic, Persian, Turkish, and Urdu writing when appropriate. In our coming issues and on our website we will regularly update our list of events, to spread the word about upcoming local events.

The Circle is an independent publication, unaffiliated with any Muslim organization in Canada or abroad. We believe that this independence allows us to explore the rich diversity in the Waterloo Region’s Muslim communities.

The Circle also strives to bridge Muslim and non-Muslim communities alike. By profiling the lives and experiences of non-Muslim citizens, we will allow our Muslim readers to gain a better understanding of their non-Muslim friends and neighbours. The Circle strives to avoid favouring one organization or group over another.

We welcome your suggestions, and your contributions. Please write to us. Together, let’s create a conversation and become the best version of ourselves as Canadian Muslims in this beautiful and welcoming region.
The Circle is the first English-language newspaper in the Waterloo Region directed primarily at local Muslims, The Circle aims to be this region’s premier source of what is happening in the Muslim communities. Our inclusive, intercultural, and interfaith approach is intended to engage all Muslims and non-Muslims in the region to inform, connect, inspire and celebrate local Muslim experiences, and build a broader community through storytelling.

This newspaper will be mainly in English, with some Arabic, Persian, Turkish, and Urdu writing when appropriate. In our coming issues and on our website we will regularly update our list of events, to spread the word about upcoming local events.

The Circle is an independent publication, unaffiliated with any Muslim organization in Canada or abroad. We believe that this independence allows us to explore the rich diversity in the Waterloo Region’s Muslim communities.

The Circle also strives to bridge Muslim and non-Muslim communities alike. By profiling the lives and experiences of non-Muslim citizens, we will allow our Muslim readers to gain a better understanding of their non-Muslim friends and neighbours. The Circle strives to avoid favouring one organization or group over another.

We welcome your suggestions, and your contributions. Please write to us. Together, let’s create a conversation and become the best version of ourselves as Canadian Muslims in this beautiful and welcoming region.

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