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A new Muslim Calgary, Alberta, that is making the news for its diversity and inclusion. The city recently launched its "First Muslims" program, which is now open to all members of the city's Muslim community. The program is designed to encourage more diversity among Calgary's young Muslims, to "provide a positive face to the world of the faith and promote greater understanding between Muslims and the broader community." The program launched earlier this week, and it is designed to help newcomers become more "engaged in Islam and the city," and to develop a sense of belonging to "the Muslim Calgary community." "The program will also include the opportunity for newcomers to be part of the city's multicultural community," according to a press release from the city's human relations and integration services.

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According to the Calgary Herald, the city is one of several Canadian cities that are currently considering similar programs. "The new program is expected to take six months to implement," said indian matrimonial sites in canada an Alberta government news release on the program. "It's an opportunity to help young Muslims to develop a more nuanced view of their faith and develop an understanding of Islam." One Calgary-area councillor, Alta Charo, is also working on a "First Muslims" program, according to the sweedish men Calgary Herald. A Calgary lawyer is also helping to launch a "First Muslims" initiative that aims to "build a more authentic Calgary" with a variety of community partners, the Herald reported. "The program is intended to help newcomers to Calgary develop more integrated identities and muslims marriage better understand Islam," the press release added. "Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi has said he is open to the possibility of creating a similar initiative with other cities in the province." The program, however, is not without criticism. "The program is a bad idea, because it is designed to help people to get along more," said an online commentary piece from one of the website's contributors, the Edmonton Journal's Jennifer Thompson. "The concept has the potential to edmonton muslim help only those who are already very comfortable in their new community. It won't help anyone else." However, other commenters have been less critical, pointing out that the program is already underway. "You have to keep in mind that the idea is already here," one commenter said. "For some reason they are having trouble figuring out the new rules that are being introduced to the city." The other commenter suggested that this could help with a potential "conversion-by-social-media" issue: "People who have been in Calgary for a while are used to a lot of people and a lot of opinions, so they're a little used to being told to go home. So what happens when this program comes into play?" And one commenter pointed out that, as one of the program's co-authors explained to the online audience, the program is meant to "help build empathy" between people from different backgrounds. "Calgary is a different city from other cities around the world. There is different cultural diversity. There is different language. There are people who are from different parts of the world." Calgary residents will not be required to participate. "I'm not surprised people are saying they don't like the show," said the co-author. "If anything, they're saying they have a sense of pride and respect for their heritage."

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The program, which has already been sold out several times, airs Mondays through Fridays. The producers hope to expand the program to several other countries, including France, Russia, India and Australia. The program has drawn criticism from some, including University of Toronto law professor Jonathan Kay, for encouraging students to feel comfortable with the notion that they might be viewed as being "too muslim." Kay noted the show has been a "distraction." "You get all the negative comments, but you're talking about your community's culture, which is very interesting and I think it's great," he said. "We should be learning from other cultures — and I am an Australian, and I have some muslim friends — that we can come together and be respectful and open and talk about what we all want." Kay, a former federal Liberal MP, noted that other Muslims in the United States have told him they will not watch the show because of the perception that Muslim people can't be nice to non-muslims. "And if we've taught them that all these people are bad, and they're dangerous, and we should get rid of them, then why do we keep doing it? "And what's interesting is the fact is we don't learn from that. We don't get that lesson. If anything, we learn from the fact that the media has taught them that." The show is currently being sold in Canada and will be airing on the Syfy network. A producer for the show, Jibran Nasir, says they're not trying to provoke controversy. "We are not trying sex dating bristol to be offensive. And the reason for that is we love being Canadian, we love our multicultural culture and our people."

"We don't really want to make a big thing out of this," he said. "We are trying to just get the facts out there. And then people can make up their own minds."

The Canadian media is also very quick to say the show is Canadian. "It is based in Ontario and is produced in Toronto," Nasir said. "We have Canadian stars and a Canadian cast." The show, however, is an actual Canadian television production and not a Canadian production. And the show is actually vivastreet pakistani set in Calgary, not Toronto.

I don't know why the media would be so quick to label the show Canadian, but it is.

Now, we have our Canadian muslims, but is it uae girls safe to assume this is still a minority? For example, this survey from 2015 shows that 1.7 percent of muslims from Calgary are converts to Islam.