Vol. 24 No. 14 Archives - Filipino Journal

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Charice undergo cosmetic procedures

Charice undergo cosmetic procedures

In preparation for her upcoming role in the in the popular American TV series, “Glee,” international singer Charice Pempengco recently went through cosmetic procedures at the Belo Medical Clinic. The clinical process was conducted

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Brillante Mendoza wins another best film award

Brillante Mendoza wins another best film award

The directorial skills of multi-awarded Filipino director Brillante Mendoza was recognized anew when his film “Lola” was adjudged Best Film at the 8th edition of the Asian Film Festival held in Rome late last

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Mike Pagtakhan seeks re-election in Point Douglas

Mike Pagtakhan seeks re-election in Point Douglas

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Filipino Core Values

Filipino Core Values

by: Gemma Dalayoan Filipinos can be found in almost all parts of the world. When we’re in a foreign country or outside Canada, we rejoice at the sight of other co-Filipinos as if there’s

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Dalayoan appointed to WHRA Board

Dalayoan appointed to WHRA Board

by: Gemma Dalayoan Gemma Dalayoan, a retired vice-principal of the Winnipeg School and the current president of the Mantioba Association of Filipino-Canadian Teachers Inc.( MAFTI) has been appointed as one of the Board of

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CONTEST FJ Ambassador

CONTEST FJ Ambassador

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Brakada Album Launch

Brakada Album Launch

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Canadian Citizenship Ceremony welcomes 73 new Canadians…

Canadian Citizenship Ceremony welcomes 73 new Canadians…

There were 73 new canadians who took up their oath of citizenship during the Canadian Citizenship Ceremony held recently under the sponsorship of the Philippine Canadian Centre of Manitoba, Inc. Held the PCCM’s multipurpose

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Summer is picnic time…it is more than a fiesta!

Summer is picnic time…it is more than a fiesta!

Oh yeah, summer is the best time for meetings and for birthdays, baby showers and anniversary celebrations. Some community parks have all booked up by various Filipino organizations and families. It looks like a

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Students spring into action to collect food for the hungry!

Students spring into action to collect food for the hungry!

“Kids Who Care” program recognizes children and youth who collect food or raise money at school, birthday parties, Christmas food drives, yard sales, lemonade stands. They also volunteer thier time sorting and packing food

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