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Who is CanadianMomEh ?

Fariha Naqvi-Mohamed

is an online lifestyle magazine celebrating Canadian diversity one blog post at a time. This blog features news, views and product reviews from a unique Canadian perspective.

About Fariha

Fariha Naqvi-Mohamed a mom of two active kids, the Editorial Director of CanadianMomEh.com and a spokesperson for the diverse face of Canadian moms. She is also a regular contributor to the Huffington Post Canada.

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Fariha wear many hats (and hijabs) Some of them include but are not limited to: journalist, communications specialist, social media consultant, public relations professional and freelance writer. She also loves all things hockey (Go Habs Go!), spending time with her family, cooking and travelling.

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The following are some of publications Fariha has been featured in. Fore more, be sure to check out our In the News Section:

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You can reach Fariha at editor@canadianmomeh.com

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1 Comment

  1. Bill 62
    The Liberal Party is not “dictating ” anything. They are simply representing and reacting to the wishes of the majority of Canadians. The many that believe you should keep your foreign traditions, religious beliefs and your issues at home. Try instead to be a true, loyal and proud canadian. Bill 62 is not taking away your right to wear what you want., it is telling you that we as Canadians have always lived in a society where we do not cover our faces, whether it be for security reasons or out of respect and common decency for our fellow Canadians. Clearly you have not learned this. Stop attacking our way of life and stop forcing us to change the way we have always done things. Get along or move along….if you dont like it, go live in a place where the majority of people think it’s okay to cover their faces….that’s not in Canada.

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