Check out this article. Its from the US but I wonder if the same thing is happening in Canada. So far it seems to be mostly happening in Toronto where they have great homeschooling groups. One woman in the article kept going years ago, even though the muslims were scattered and resources were minimal. I have to give her kudos because I find those two things daunting. If I were in a bigger place I would like to revisit my decision. Meanwhile my kindergartener who goes sporadically to school keeps asking me why she is being sent to "christian' school even though we tell her its public. But she says the teacher is christian, the kids are christian (truth be told many are atheist actually but just celebrate christian holidays as a custom).
In the slides there is a picture of an empty room where a homeschooling family are praying. I have no prayer room in my house as its very small but we all squeeze into the dining room usually and when I homeschooled in the living room for jumuah prayer. Perhaps the difference is that they have no furniture in the room. If we took everything out like that we would have plently of space. Its like a metaphor; there is plenty of space for Islam in our life if we would just clear out the clutter.