Whats New at ISSRA
Wednesday, November 30, 2005, 15:22
Proven Halal Investments for your RRSP & RESP !
PROVEN Halal INVESTMENTS
for your RRSP & RESP! (www.nointerest.ca)
WHY do 400+ clients use Br. Jaafer Syed?
1) Jaafer is a pioneer in Shariah-Compliant Investments for RRSP/RESP and Advice on HALAL Financing to buy a home
2) Unbiased PROFESSIONAL ADVICE and THE BEST CLIENT SERVICES in the industry with very low or NO FEES at all!
3) He is the most trusted in the Muslim Community with 15 years of Investment Industry experience and 10 years of specialization in the field of mainstream Shariah-Compliant investing.
Don’t settle for less! Experience & Honesty make the difference.
Jaafer Syed is Canada’s #1* supporter of the Dynamic SAMI Fund – Canada’s only mainstream Shariah-Compliant mutual fund with a 6-year history. (*Official July 31, 2005)
RRSP RESP RRIF PENSIONS Mutual Funds Tax & Estate Planning
To RSVP for our upcoming Investment Seminar Presentation at your Masjid,
Contact -> Faiza Khan, Executive Personal Assistant ->firstname.lastname@example.org 905-469-1932 ext. 4- Zeena Hamid, Office Administrator email@example.com 905-469-1932 ext. 2
Jaafer Syed, B.A., I.R.Econ.
Senior Financial Consultant
Tel. 905-469-1932 or 1-888-918-1981 ext. 9 - firstname.lastname@example.org - www.nointerest.ca
W.H. Stuart & Associates is an independent Investment Planning organization managing in excess of
$4 billion dollars on behalf of over 100,000 Canadians. Head Office: 905-305-0880 - www.whstuart.com
Saturday, April 09, 2005, 16:16
Living on the Ragged Edges (Final Report)
"Living on the Ragged Edges: Absolute and Hidden Homelessness Among Latin Americans and Muslims in West Central Toronto" studied a wide range of factors leading to homelessness, and presented many intriguing findings. For example, when surveying to evaluate the effects of differing levels of education on economic security and homelessness, the research suggested that immigrants and refugees who were unskilled with low education fared better in the employment area than did survey respondents who had university degrees and professional designations.
The report also outlines many unique strategies for providing help to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. One example is to provide "mobile housing clinics," which feature housing-related workshops and referral services issues delivered in the community, in the language people feel most comfortable speaking. This research project was completed by the Informal Network Housing Project (including the I.S.S.R.A. Islamic Social Services and Resources Association, the Syme-Woolner Neighbourhood and Family Centre and Community Resources Consultants of Toronto).
(to view the full report click below)
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