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SSS, Baguio City eyes infra partnership

SSS, Baguio City eyes infra partnership

Social Security Commission Chairman Amado D. Valdez (top center) together with Social Security System (SSS) President and Chief Executive Officer Emmanuel F. Dooc (top, right) met with Baguio City Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan (top

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Handicraft exporter says good-bye to molds

Handicraft exporter says good-bye to molds

For four years now, the FPRDI handicraft dryer has been helping a home decor exporter cope with the effects of climate change. “For 46 years – from 1967 to 2013 – we relied solely

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Fil-Chinese Chamber bags 3rd SSS Top Employer for NCR

Fil-Chinese Chamber bags 3rd SSS Top Employer for NCR

The Federation of Filipino Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (FFCCCII) was hailed for the third time as top employer of the Social Security System (SSS) for the National Capital Region’s 2017 Balikat

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SWS say more Filipinos expect better lives in next 12 months

SWS say more Filipinos expect better lives in next 12 months

The latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey published by the newspaper BusinessWorld says more Filipinos believe they will have better lives in the next 12 months. A total of 1,200 respondents participated in the

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Standhardinger to suit up with Hong Kong in ABL

Standhardinger to suit up with Hong Kong in ABL

Gilas Pilipinas’ big man Christian Standhardinger is set to join Hong Kong Eastern Long Lions in the coming ASEAN Basketball League season. The news was announced by sports agency YouFirst on its Twitter account

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LTFRB defends ruling on Uber suspension

LTFRB defends ruling on Uber suspension

The Land Transportation and Franchising Regulatory Body (LTFRB) defended its decision to suspend Uber operations despite criticisms from the public. The transport regulatory body also issued a stern warning to Uber not to use

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Bill filed requiring public officials to ride public transport

Bill filed requiring public officials to ride public transport

A bill has been filed in Congress seeking to require government officials to ride public transport at least once a month during weekday rush hour. House Bill 6195 authored by assistant minority leader and

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Palace calls out PNoy on his drug war remark

Palace calls out PNoy on his drug war remark

Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella, in a statement Wednesday morning said the government’s drug war has been bearing fruit and advised former President Benigno Aquino III to look at the facts. This after Aquino questioned

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Senators call on gov’t to reconsider free tuition on SUCs

Senators call on gov’t to reconsider free tuition on SUCs

Several senators have called on President Rodrigo Duterte’s economic managers to reconsider their opposition on full government subsidy of tuition fee in state universities and colleges (SUCs). This after Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno said

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PCAS advocates promotion of Philippine Arts, culture and heritage

PCAS advocates promotion of Philippine Arts, culture and heritage

The Philippine Canadian Arts Society of Manitoba Inc. (PCAS) is a non- profit community arts organization with a mission to facilitate artistic and cultural exchange and interaction between the Filipino community and the diverse

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