“And thus have We willed you to be a community of the middle way, so that you might bear witness to the truth before all mankind….” (Quran 2:143)

What We Do

  • Serving The Community

    The IAS is currently the largest Sunni Muslim organization in Saskatchewan.

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  • New Muslim Care

    New Muslim Care is an initiative of The IAS to cater to the needs of new Muslims and facilitate their integration into local Muslim communities.

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  • IAS Muslim School

    The IAS is dedicated in providing essential educational services to the muslim community and making constant effort to improve the delivery of education to our children

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The money I saved was the money I lost, the money I spent was the money I enjoyed, and the money I gave was the money I saved “. These lines were written on a grave stone of a wealthy man.


On behalf of Muslims in Saskatoon, The Islamic Association of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon) Inc. Welcomes you to its website.
The Islamic Association of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon) Inc. was established in the year 1970 and became a charitable organization registered with CRA in the year 1970, and also it’s a Non-profit organization registered with the province of Saskatchewan. It is the oldest and the biggest religious center in Saskatoon and is the central hub to lead and carry out many religious and other non-religious activities. There are over 30+ nationalities that use the IAS center for religious purposes. Our services include 5 daily prayers, Friday sermon, Ramadan & Eid prayers, Family & Marriage counseling service, library, Sunday weekend & Weekday school, recreational areas as well as it holds flu clinics and voting centers during Federal and Provincial elections. Not only this IAS is the only Islamic Center in Saskatoon that provides Funeral Services to the


By IAS In Employment, IAS News Posted 28th October 2018

IAS condemns violence: Squirrel Hill Synagogue, Pittsburgh Shooting

Squirrel Hill Synagogue, Pittsburgh Shooting

The Islamic Association of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon) would like to extend our condolences to the Jewish community of Pittsburgh and Saskatoon following the barbaric shooting that claimed many innocent lives this morning. We pray for the victims and their loved ones and we hope that they find strength in the days to come.

A place of worship- ANY place of worship- is a place of refuge where people go to seek peace and comfort. It is never a place that should see horror and terror.

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