Canadian politicians also took the opportunity on Eid Al-Adha to connect with Muslims and joined the Eid celebration and local events that took place around the country. Justin Trudeau was seen attending a local event in Mississauga in a short video the Prime Minister posted via Twitter.
Conservative Party Leader Pierre Poilievre wished Canadians and all around the world a joyous and blessed Eid.
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh sent out Eid greetings on behalf of all New Democrats.
Mississauga Mayor joined the local community at Eid prayers and conveyed her best wishes.
Mayor of Brampton, Patrick Brown, joined the community at the Eid prayers.
The Canadian Embassy in Saudi Arabia sent out an Eid message to everyone celebrating Eid Al Adha.
Canadian Embassy in Pakistan also sent out heartfelt Eid greetings.
While some celebrities who are Muslim may choose to observe the holiday privately with their families and friends, it is not common for public figures to engage in public activities related to the holiday.
South Asian celebrities from India and Pakistan also shared their Eid wishes via social media.
Kolkata Knight Riders tweeted a photo of Shahrukh Khan where he greets fans gathered outside his house.
This Eid Al Adha, Canadian Muslims are also gearing up for Canada Day celebrations which begin over the long weekend.