The Islamic centre in Saskatoon is experiencing growing pains. Friday services have been split in two so local streets aren't clogged with traffic. City officials and nearby residents are working with the centre to answer questions like where to put more parking?
"We have been experiencing this kind of steady increase for a while," said Amin Elshorbagy, president of the Canadian Islamic Congress.
"We can see this in terms of the need to expand our infrastructure. Most of our Islamic centres are becoming very crowded."