Participants also learn to use cutting edge 3D printing technology to visualize, design, build and collaboratively locate buildings that respond to the challenges facing 21st century cities.The buildings made by workshop participants are continually added to the exhibition’s architectural model of historic Cairo and will result in a unique vision of the city.To commemorate this anniversary, the Ismaili Centre Toronto held a lecture marking the inauguration of a thematic programme, which takes a look at how humanity will coexist as our cities grow more dense and diverse.To commemorate this anniversary, the Ismaili Centre, Toronto held a lecture that marked the inauguration of a thematic programme titled , which takes a look at how humanity will coexist, as our cities grow more dense and diverse.The session was also live-streamed to physicians across Ontario.The presentation provided the most up-to date guidelines for cancer screening.
During a tour of the site, the Consul-General commented on the remarkable addition to the cultural landscape of Ontario and Canada, and praised the work of the Aga Khan and the Aga Khan Development Network.
Mr Van Leeuwen was appointed Consul-General in Toronto of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in 2013.
Toronto, 31 January 2015 — Milad-un-Nabi marks the anniversary of the birth of Prophet Muhammed (may peace be upon him and his family).
Toronto, 25 February 2015 — The Laurier Project Foundation hosted its quarterly colloquium session at the Ismaili Centre.
Its board of governors, comprised of prominent Canadians from various fields, is driving towards a transformative effort for Canada, one that focuses on long-term, systemic change.