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Family Fishing Fun

Family Fishing Fun

Eric Labaupa

I am an avid tournament angler in the Manitoba and Northwest Ontario region where I compete at well over a dozen events over the course of the open water season. While these events are

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Happy Happy Holiday, Hey!

Happy Happy Holiday, Hey!

aLfie vera meLLa

On Some Significant Historical Dates Every country celebrates certain dates that respectively commemorates significant events in its history, usually independence from its previous conqueror or colonializer. Here are some of them. Canada Day (July

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Edsa, Where Did We Go Wrong? (part 1)

Edsa, Where Did We Go Wrong? (part 1)

Levy Abad

by Levy Abad What happened to us? Where did we go wrong? I remember back in 1986; I was with friends at EDSA (Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue) during the height of the EDSA uprising

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U.S.-China proxy war

U.S.-China proxy war

Perry Diaz

In less than two years, China had reclaimed 2,000 acres in seven tiny reefs in the Spratly archipelago and soon she would start constructing buildings and fortifications. One of these reclaimed reefs is Fiery

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Piolo Pascual counts his blessings

Piolo Pascual counts his blessings

Actor Piolo Pascual stars with Sarah Geronimo in the romantic drama film “The Breakup Playlist,” which opens in cinemas July 1. A year ago he starred in “Starting Over Again” with Toni Gonzaga and

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Successful gas find in Santiago, Isabela

Successful gas find in Santiago, Isabela

A major commercial natural gas supply has been explored by the Philippine National Oil Company-Exploration Corp. (PNOC-EC) at its Mangosteen project in Santiago City, Isabela. According to PNOC-EC chair and former Manila mayor Gemiliano

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BAON Manila Night: Filipino Pop-Up to feature the best of Filipino cuisine

BAON Manila Night: Filipino Pop-Up to feature the best of Filipino cuisine

Check out the BAON Nights menu! As the chatter grows louder, people of various colors, nationalities, and generations, sit together in a room anxiously waiting for the first course. The evening continues as the

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Filipino Business Professionals Deliver Expertise on Heritage Week Panel

Filipino Business Professionals Deliver Expertise on Heritage Week Panel

The Philippine Heritage Committee and the Manitoba Filipino Business Council worked together to form a Professional Panel Event. The panel was geared towards Filipino Canadian professionals sharing their stories and experiences on how they

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Green light for Street Festival parade

Green light for Street Festival parade

Rain or shine, the 4th annual Manitoba Filipino Street Festival will be parading down McPhillips after winning an appeal to continue down the busy street. Directors from the Manitoba Filipino Street Festival presented thier

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Manuel Baldemor’s Images of the Homeland stir hearts in Ottawa and Montreal

Manuel Baldemor’s Images of the Homeland stir hearts in Ottawa and Montreal

On the occasion of the 117th anniversary of the proclamation of Philippine independence, the Philippine Embassy mounted painting exhibits of famed Filipino artist Manuel Baldemor from 6 to 11 June 2015 in Ottawa and

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