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TINTA. 2Botanical Dyes and Prints, Straight from the Garden

TINTA. 2Botanical Dyes and Prints, Straight from the Garden

When I founded Masagana Flower Farm & Studio in 2018, all I was planning to do were grow flowers and make bridal bouquets with it. My flower farm in southeast Manitoba is tiny but

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COVID19: Bombers  to be CFL Hub City, Winnipeg Jets return to play in Edmonton

COVID19: Bombers to be CFL Hub City, Winnipeg Jets return to play in Edmonton

CFL: Winnipeg Blue Bombers The Canadian Football League and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers recently announced that Winnipeg will host the shortened 2020 season and Grey Cup. The plan calls for a 30-game season at

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Planning for our shared future: Winnipeg’s Priorities for Sustainable Growth

Planning for our shared future: Winnipeg’s Priorities for Sustainable Growth

How should Winnipeg develop as we grow towards one million people? What policies need to be in place to ensure that Winnipeg’s growth and development is socially equitable, and sustainable over time? How can

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Is Manitoba ready for Phase 4 of Restoring Safe Services?

Is Manitoba ready for Phase 4 of Restoring Safe Services?

The province’s plan to go ahead with Phase 4 of Restoring Safe Services for Manitoba’s Pandemic and Economic Roadmap for recovery has gathered different reactions from Manitobans. While Premier Brian Pallister said that re-opening

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A group of Winnipeggers protests against Philippines’ anti-terrorism law

A group of Winnipeggers protests against Philippines’ anti-terrorism law

Diaspora Against Dictatorship held a rally on July 7, 2020 in front of the Legislative Building to protest against Philippines’ anti-terrorism bill that was signed as law by President Rodrigo Duterte last July 3rd.

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Barangay Manitoba’s Kris Ontong Nominated For RBC’s Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards

Barangay Manitoba’s Kris Ontong Nominated For RBC’s Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards

Barangay Manitoba founder and Filipino Journal’s contributing writer, Kris Ontong, has been nominated as one of RBC’s Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awardees. Kris Ontong and his family are based in Steinbach, Manitoba where he

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What the Prairie is Teaching me Through Gardening

What the Prairie is Teaching me Through Gardening

By Lourdes Still I moved to Canada 11 years ago and I can still vividly remember my first impression – how sweet the smell of Spring air was! I had plans when I decided

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TFC Canadian Multiculturalism Day program

TFC Canadian Multiculturalism Day program

It was a beautiful surprise this past May when I received a message via Instagram asking me to perform on a television special for TFC (The Filipino Channel) to celebrate Canadian Multiculturalism Day on

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Canada and the Philippines have a Special Relationship

Canada and the Philippines have a Special Relationship

June 12 marked the 122nd anniversary of Philippine Independence, and June 2020 is the the second annual Philippine Heritage Month here in Canada. From the first day I was elected in 1988, I have

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Cropo Funeral Chapel has proudly been serving Winnipeg’s multi-cultural heritage since 1957

Cropo Funeral Chapel has proudly been serving Winnipeg’s multi-cultural heritage since 1957

At the time of death there are many decisions to be made. These decisions should reflect the beliefs and values of the surviving family as well as their loved one who has passed. These

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