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One Canadian military member killed and one injured in CF Snowbirds accident

One Canadian military member killed and one injured in CF Snowbirds accident

One member of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) was killed on Sunday May 17, 2020 and one other member injured in an accident involving a Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) CT-114 Tutor aircraft in

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Manitobans can gather in bigger groups starting May 22

Manitobans can gather in bigger groups starting May 22

One of the recent announcements made by officials in lieu of Restoring Safe Services in Manitoba brings good news to Manitobans. Starting May 22, the limit on gathering sizes will be increased to no

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KF’s People to Watch

KF’s People to Watch

by Kathleen Cerrer Andrea Tiopo, 27 Realtor at Royal LePage and Co-Founder of TableSpace Real Estate Professional and Entrepreneur I am a Real Estate Agent with Royal LePage, as well as the co-owner of

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2020 Festival Postponed to June 19-20, 2021

2020 Festival Postponed to June 19-20, 2021

A Message from the Kultivation Festival Committee: We’ve made the difficult decision to postpone this year’s Kultivation Festival to June 19-20, 2021 to take place in Winnipeg’s Exchange and Downtown District. Our team is

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COMMUNITY LEADERS TALK ABOUT HOW FILIPINO EXPERIENCE IN MANITOBA IS CHANGING

COMMUNITY LEADERS TALK ABOUT HOW FILIPINO EXPERIENCE IN MANITOBA IS CHANGING

In line with the launch pf Kultivation Festival last March, CBC Manitoba as one of its partners, held a live stream discussion with some Filipino community leaders, posing the question: What is your Filipino

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MP Kevin Lamoureux outlines plans to repatriate Canadian citizens stranded in the Philippines

MP Kevin Lamoureux outlines plans to repatriate Canadian citizens stranded in the Philippines

The Canadians, including Filipino Canadians, stranded currently in the Philippines will breathe an air of hope as Kevin Lamoureux, MP Winnipeg North, has been working with the Federal government to repatriate them to Canada.

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Home Stay has been a long time coming

Home Stay has been a long time coming

For a home buddy, to stay home for many hours is not a problem. His daily chores are the same, his movements have not changed and his regiment is at full course. How about

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Holy Week Celebrations in the Archdiocese of Winnipeg

Holy Week Celebrations in the Archdiocese of Winnipeg

Archdiocese of Winnipeg – Please note the following dates and times regarding our Holy Week Celebrations: Palm Sunday, April 5, 2020: Mass from St. Mary’s Cathedral will be live-streamed beginning at 11:00 am on

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COVID-19 triggers cancellation and postponement of Filipino events and festivals

COVID-19 triggers cancellation and postponement of Filipino events and festivals

Never in the history of community events in the Filipino community has there been many major cancellations and postponements due to the onslaught of COVID-19 pandemic. Top of the list is the cancellation of

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Zoom’s popularity soars amid security, privacy concerns

Zoom’s popularity soars amid security, privacy concerns

The web-based video conferencing tool Zoom is now being used by millions of people for work and leisure as lockdowns are imposed in many countries. It is now ranked as the number one and

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