Vol. 25 No. 09 »

Death of Bin Laden sends NAIA on alert status

Death of Bin Laden sends NAIA on alert status

Philippine airport authorities have placed the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) under alert status following the death of notorious terrorist leader Osama bin Laden. U.S. officials said bin Laden was killed early Monday by

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Lea Salonga ready to be an RH bill spokesperson

Lea Salonga ready to be an RH bill spokesperson

Multi-awarded international theater actress Lea Salonga has made herself available should the government offer her the role of an official Reproductive Health (RH) bill ambassador. She said she would be doing the job for

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Jericho Rosales hits big time in his 1st int’l film

Jericho Rosales hits big time in his 1st int’l film

Young actor Jericho Rosales walked a Hollywood red carpet for the first time and was visibly overwhelmed by the warm reception accorded to his first international film. Rosales is the lead star in the

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Fil-Am actors join cast of latest ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ opus

Fil-Am actors join cast of latest ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ opus

Filipino-American actors Daphne Joy and Michael Rosales are among the cast of the latest Johnny Depp starrer’ “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.” Daphne Joy, who plays the role of a mermaid in

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RBC hosting a home buyers seminar at the PCCM

RBC hosting a home buyers seminar at the PCCM

New immigrants and first time home buyers welcome! RBC is proud to be involved with the community and supporting initiatives that help people achieve their financial dreams. It is through various community events, like

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Fil-Am Metal band Death Angel rocks Winnipeg

Fil-Am Metal band Death Angel rocks Winnipeg

The Filipino-American Thrash Metal band Death Angel performed a sold-out and energy-filled concert at The Zoo in Osborne Village on April 15. Despite its long absence in the music scene, Death Angel obviously still

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Websites are now free for all Canadian businesses

Websites are now free for all Canadian businesses

If you’re a business owner without a website, you probably have a good reason for it. Maybe you thought it was too expensive or took too much time? Maybe you were overwhelmed by the

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Stephen Harper wins a majority, NDP official opposition

Stephen Harper wins a majority, NDP official opposition

It’s thumbs up for Prime Minister Stephen Harper as Canadians went to the polls and finally gave the Conservatives a majority with 167 seats. After three minority governments, the Conservatives begin their four year

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Pedro O. Chan to serve as new Consul General in Toronto

Pedro O. Chan to serve as new Consul General in Toronto

Welcome back to Canada! Currently serving as the Ambassador of the Philippines in Ankara, Turkey, Pedro O. Chan will serve as the newest Consul General at the Philippine Consulate in Toronto. ConGen Chan will

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Kevin Lamoureux squeaks out a win in Winnipeg North

Kevin Lamoureux squeaks out a win in Winnipeg North

Incumbent Kevin Lamoureux held on to the Winnipeg North riding by a mere 117 (on election night) votes over NDP candidate, Rebecca Blaike. Supporters at both campaigns were biting nails throughout the evening until

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