FAQ

We will love for you to invite your non-Muslim friend to come along as we celebrate Muslimah Empowered. Admission is guaranteed and free of cost for our allies and supporters.

You may apply to become a volunteer simply by going to this link and fill up the questionnaires. We will contact you if your application is successful. We do provide Volunteer hours for those requiring it.

This year an exhibitor has multiple options to take advantage off. Our MarketPlace consists of Premium and Standard booths as well as an Artist Gallery and Authors BLOC. We also have slots for Tutorials and Salon Services. For questions on any of our marketplace features, or if you want to participate as a vendor – Please email us at [email protected]

We will release the finalised schedule closer to the conference date. In general the conference will start at 9AM and ends at 9PM.

The donation indicated on the ticketing page is not compulsory and you may put any amount you like.

All donations will go towards sponsoring tickets to those who are unable to pay the full price.

Entrepreneur Panel

Alternate Language Session

Muslimah Leaders Summit

Open Mic

Exhilarating Program

Impactful Workshops

Play & Pray Children’s Conference

Artist Gallery

Authors Bloc

Tutorials

Salon Services

Mothers Room with Live Streaming

Quran Competition Winner’s Recitation

Welcome to Canada: the Next Chapter

Rendition from Talent Show Winners

Tickets for adult is $35 each. We have chosen to remove the admission price for Children ages 10 and under this year to make the conference. A separate $20 ticket will be required if they want to join the Play & Pray Children’s Conference.

The Play & Pray Children’s Conference will consist of an innovative and extremely fun day planned for our young attendees!

The activities are designed so that your children can further build upon their foundation of basic Islamic principles and etiquettes, while having fun with their friends! Your little ones will explore the Qur’an through various activities designed precisely to make their wondrous imagination going.

This year’s theme is “Great Expectations”. The topics will be focused on Allah’s expectation of us as His ‘abd (slave) and our expectations of Him from what we know of Him based on divine revelation and Prophetic narrations.

See Speakers Section. All our presenters were many hats and are scholars as well activists on their own right.