The Multi-Faith Centre’s New Hindu Shrine: A Conversation with Anvesh Jain

This past November, the Multi-Faith Centre completed the building of a Hindu shrine. The shrine features seven murtis, which are Hindu deities, that are now located in the Multi-Purpose Room at the MFC, where prayer and worship can take place.…

Attending Indigenous Education Week: Celebrating Métis Culture

The death of Louis Riel is a significant event in Canadian history. Born in Red River, Manitoba, Riel was a Métis politician who led the resistance against the racist and invasive policies of the Canadian government. Indigenous Education Week fell…

“The Wheat Fields Still Whisper,” a Discussion with Mallika Kaur

Mallika Kaur’s novel, Faith, Gender, and Activism in the Punjab Conflict: The Wheat Fields Still Whisper, depicts the history of Punjab’s conflict. Through interweaving timelines as well as personal documentation of events, Kaur fixates on three people who contributed to…

Movie Night! Watching “Disobedience” with Qu(e)erying Religion

The Multi-Faith Centre’s Que(e)rying Religion group threw a movie night this past week, screening the 2017 movie, “Disobedience”. The film was thought-provoking, heart-wrenching, and overall incredibly enjoyable. However, it was also the experience of watching the movie with the Que(e)rying Religion…