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Qualified to Immigrate In More Than One Occupational Category? Which One Should You Choose?

Qualified to Immigrate In More Than One Occupational Category? Which One Should You Choose?

Reis Pagtakhan

Under the federal skilled worker program, individuals without approved job offers or connections to Canada normally have to qualify under what is known as an “eligible occupation”. Occasionally, an applicant may have experience that

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Oasis of the Seas

Oasis of the Seas

Gem and Lita

a “floating nation” As cruisers of the “Oasis of the Seas” sailing through the blue waters of the Caribbean on warm days of April we became new citizens of a floating nation at sea.

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The Wave Splashes Eternal, part 14

The Wave Splashes Eternal, part 14

aLfie vera meLLa

(On Gang of Four and The Human League) In the previous issue, I profiled the classic New Wave bands Blancmange and Crowded House. Now, here are another two pioneering bands from the genre each

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Bahay Kubo, Di Na Munti

Bahay Kubo, Di Na Munti

aLfie vera meLLa

(On Some Parts of the House and Their Filipino Names) About a century ago, houses in many parts of the Philippines were chiefly made of nipa, bamboo, and other wooden materials. This is obviously

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Remembering Steve Jobs

Remembering Steve Jobs

Ron Cantiveros

By Ron Cantiveros My heart sank as I read the Twitter text message from @BreakingNews indicating that the co-founder of Apple, Steve Jobs had died on Wednesday. Jobs was 56. Too young and another

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Touristic President

Touristic President

Perry Diaz

Just before he left Japan for the flight back to Manila, President Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III met with Nikkei president Ryoko Sugita. Sugita invited P-Noy to be a speaker at the Future of Asia

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Cruising along the Beluga Highway

Cruising along the Beluga Highway

Ron Cantiveros

Polar Bear Spotting in Churchill Landing on a gravel runway in the middle of summer in Churchill, Manitoba pretty much threw out every image I had of the Polar Bear Capital of the World.

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Spanish military offers aid to modernize AFP

Spanish military offers aid to modernize AFP

Spain’s Vice-Minister of Defense Constantino Mendez Martinez said his country is willing to provide equipment to help modernize the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP). Martinez arrived in the Philippines last Sunday accompanied by

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Philippines celebrates World Teachers’ Day

Philippines celebrates World Teachers’ Day

The Department of Education (DepEd) will lead this year’s World Teachers’ Day (WTD) celebration on October 5 with theme, “My Teacher, My Hero.” The venue of the celebration is at the Philippine Sports Arena

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NDRRMC says typhoon damage to exceed P10-B

NDRRMC says typhoon damage to exceed P10-B

The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said damage from typhoons “Pedring” and “Quiel” will exceed P10 billion considering the massive flooding experienced in Central Luzon. NDRRMC Executive Director Benito Ramos said

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