Awards
What is MAX Awards?

The objective of MAX Awards is to recognize Muslims who have demonstrated significant achievement, leadership, and commitment to serving their industry, communities and Canada at large.

MAX Awards offer a rare glimpse into the skills, talents and cultural strengths of a dynamic community of Canadian Muslims, whose continued efforts help build a strong workforce, energize the economy, and expand our combined cultural horizons.

We are delighted to invite you to help us carry on the rich annual tradition of awarding individuals who have made a lasting impact on the Canadian Muslim community. This year, the awards team has selected 5 awards that will be presented at the end of the year. Nominations are now live!

5 Awards, Endless Gratitude
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Artist Of The Year

The Artist of the Year award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated significant achievement within the creative arts.

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Entrepreneur Of The Year

The Entrepreneur of the Year Award will recognize an inspirational Muslim Entrepreneur who has had a significant and positive impact on the community through their business leadership.

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Woman Of The Year

The Woman of the Year Award will recognize a woman who has demonstrated significant achievement, leadership, and commitment to serving her community.

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Charity of the Year

The Charity of the Year Award recognizes a charity or not-for-profit that has had a significant impact in their target community.

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Dynamic Leader Award

The Dynamic Leader Award recognizes an individual that has developed a new, cutting-edge, or inventive solution to address a community-based or business challenge to help overcome disruption, lead transformation, and provide a meaningful impact throughout the Pandemic years and beyond.

Judging Process
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Platform
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Months
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Awards
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Deserving winners
Following public nominations, finalists for each category will be chosen by our esteemed panel of judges who have spent a great deal of time and commitment to scoring these worthy individuals. Independent judges are selected based on their work experience, level of education, and contributions to the Canadian community. Their evaluation will carry a weight of 50% while the remaining 50% weight will be assigned to public voting. Judge scores and public voting scores are consolidated to select a winner. This style of engagement ensures the Awards are presented purely on merit. Your vote will help us recognize inspirational Muslim leaders who have demonstrated significant achievement, leadership, and commitment to serving their community.
Past Winners