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Max’s Restaurant serves Filipino iconic food with social consciousness

Max’s Restaurant serves Filipino iconic food with social consciousness

Nostalgia is a gentle gesture to enjoy the goodness of Filipino cuisine. Many generations of Filipinos through countless wedding, Christening, birthday and anniversary celebrations have passed by and tasted the famous Max’s chicken which

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Almost 2.5 Billion Potatoes Grown Here In Manitoba

Almost 2.5 Billion Potatoes Grown Here In Manitoba

In 2021, 2,418,000,000 pounds* of potatoes were grown right here in Manitoba! That’s almost 20% of the nation’s potatoes are grown here in the keystone province. So, let’s do something with them. Peak of

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Homestand Success

Homestand Success

The Winnipeg Jets kicked off November with a daunting 7-game homestand where they went 5-1-1 with the wins coming from Dallas Stars (4-3 SO), Chicago Blackhawks (5-1) San Jose Sharks (4-1), Los Angeles Kings

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US-Canada Land Travel Coming Soon

US-Canada Land Travel Coming Soon

The great news for Canada and Mexico border visitors is that the U.S. will be lifting land restrictions in November! The new regulations should allow fully vaccinated people access to enter, but they may

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Touch of Gold at IG Field

Touch of Gold at IG Field

Olympic Gold Medallist Desiree Scott made an appearance at a recent Valour FC game sporting her Olympic gold medal. Team Canada defeated Team Sweden in a heart-pounding final with Team Canada winning in penalty

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Manitoba Fully Open Starting August 7th

Manitoba Fully Open Starting August 7th

The province will implement new public health orders and guidance on Aug. 7, one month earlier than forecast, Premier Brian Pallister and Dr. Brent Roussin, Manitoba’s chief provincial public health officer, announced today. “Thanks

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Virtual Filipino Heritage Month Celebration with the Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada

Virtual Filipino Heritage Month Celebration with the Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada

Hosted on Zoom & Ahmed Hussen’s Facebook Page Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s favourite Filipino dish is Chicken Adobo. He’s also experienced Jollibee in Manila and also several years ago in Winnipeg. While everything on

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SEED Winnipeg hosting Recognition Counts webinar for internationally educated Manitobans

SEED Winnipeg hosting Recognition Counts webinar for internationally educated Manitobans

WINNIPEG/TREATY ONE TERRITORY – Newcomers to Canada often face barriers to employment in the profession they have been trained in due to difficulties in meeting registration requirements of regulated professions in Manitoba. According to

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Manitoba Providing $20,000 Grants for Local Community Vaccination Programs

Manitoba Providing $20,000 Grants for Local Community Vaccination Programs

As Manitoba’s first-dose vaccination rate continues to grow, additional efforts are being taken to address vaccine hesitancy and access to ensure Manitoba is able to aim high and reach its provincial vaccination goals, Premier

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Roselyn Advincula, Neighbourhood Immigrant Settlement Coordinator, Immigrant Centre Manitoba

Roselyn Advincula, Neighbourhood Immigrant Settlement Coordinator, Immigrant Centre Manitoba

Earlier this year, I would have said no to a COVID vaccine. All my information was coming from social media. Then the NorWest Co-op community health clinic had an information session about vaccine awareness,

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