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Would you like to learn the FILIPINO Language?

Would you like to learn the FILIPINO Language?

The Manitoba Association of Filipino Teachers, Inc (MAFTI) has a program for you… What: Filipino Language Class for Adults (Filipino Courses 1 & 2) Open to: Filipino and Non-Filipino Adults Age Requirement: 18 years

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Pinay Trucker

Pinay Trucker

By Leila Castro Leilacastro.ca@gmail.com It was a lazy afternoon, I was at Bakerite with friends enjoying the freebie hot pandesal with Creamela peanut butter. Gina Tolentino walked in the store. She is 5’2”, petite

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Pearl of the Orient Pavilion wraps up another successful year at Folklorama

Pearl of the Orient Pavilion wraps up another successful year at Folklorama

Photo by Ron Cantiveros | Filipino Journal

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Hardwork will take us to Dublin, Ireland

Hardwork will take us to Dublin, Ireland

by Lee Angela Igne – 1 st Degree Black Belt, Instructor and Coach for WSAA and Lynn Igne – Brown Belt Black Stripe, Jr. Instructor for WSAA At the time of typing this article,

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Gigs Update

Gigs Update

Winnipeg’s Filipino entertainment scene has really been exciting for the past few years. We are being treated regularly with a slew of artists, both Philippine-based and local. In the recent months, the city was

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Garden City Shopping Centre Prepares For New Retailers

Garden City Shopping Centre Prepares For New Retailers

For the past 48 years, Garden City has been supporting the everyday needs of Winnipeggers’ in the area. The shopping centre recently underwent a significant renovation to modernize the space and better serve the

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Enjoying the Morden Corn & Apple Festival

Enjoying the Morden Corn & Apple Festival

Large crowds gathered at the MORDEN sign during the weekend of the Morden Corn and Apple Festival. The 3-day festival attracts over 50,000 visitors in search of free corn on the cob and apple

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Preparing for post-secondary life

Preparing for post-secondary life

For young adults, summer is typically spent preparing for college or university in the fall. If you are a parent or a student, lots of questions may be running through your mind about academics,

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Lights of the North Opens at Red River Exhibition

Lights of the North Opens at Red River Exhibition

Canada’s Largest Lantern Light Festival – is ready to amaze visitors of all ages as the festival opened to the public last Friday at Red River Exhibition Park. The six-week long festival – the

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Miley Carino getting ready for World Karate Chmpionship in Dublin, Ireland

Miley Carino getting ready for World Karate Chmpionship in Dublin, Ireland

Miley Carino cannot contain her excitement and happiness to be a part of Team Canada in WKC World Karate Championships and Kickboxing in Dublin, Ireland. She is very honoured to represent Team Canada and

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