Intercultural Dialogue Institute (IDI) Regina and Anatolian Cultural Center had opened a tent in downtown Regina because they were in the month of Ramadan. This Ramadan tent had showed great interest from many people.
This tent lasted for 5 days. During those 5 days, people from all different ethnicities and cultures visited, even people who lived far away from the Ramadan tent.
The main opposition parties vice-president and deputy Trent Wotherspoo, the ruling party Laura Rose lawmakers, Regina city deputy police chief Dean Rae, University of Regina faculty members, church representatives and many other civil organization representatives had joined to break fast together during iftar.
Traditional Turkish cuisines were served in the tent which hosted 200 people daily. Due to the fact that this Ramadan tent was opened in the city center, it also became a place where the homeless would frequently visit.
MP’s and leading representatives of the city who were also our guests at the Ramadan tent. They have welcomed and thanked Intercultural Dialogue Institute (IDI) Regina and Anatolian Cultural Center for hosting this event. Civil society representatives, people with different religions, beliefs, ethnics, and cultures also thanked IDI Regina and ACC for this wonderful event.