Vol. 25 No. 19 »

Cha-cha to continue sans PNoy’s support

Cha-cha to continue sans PNoy’s support

The House of Representatives is bent on pursuing efforts to amend the economic provisions of the 1987 Constitution despite the unwillingness of President Aquino to deal with Charter Change. This was announced by Speaker

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Pinoy indie films vie for international awards

Pinoy indie films vie for international awards

Three critically acclaimed indie films will be vying for awards at various international film festivals aboard. Marlon Rivera’s “Ang Babae sa Septic Tank” has been nominated for the 42nd Berlin International Film Festival’s (BIFF)

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Creations of Pinoy designers make waves abroad

Creations of Pinoy designers make waves abroad

Filipinos do excel abroad even in the highly competitive international fashion scene. Proof of this was the recognition given to Oliver Tolentino and Ralph Joseph Rovero whose creations were recently featured in the US

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ABS-CBN signs up Shamcey Supsup as Kapamilya

ABS-CBN signs up Shamcey Supsup as Kapamilya

ABS-CBN’s top executives Gabby Lopez and Charo Santos-Concio recently welcomed Ms. Universe 2011 third runner-up Shamcey Supsup as the new member of Kapamilya. Shamcey together with her mom Marcelina and manager Veanna Fores toured

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PCCM’s Kabayan Program and Services will be launched on October 22

PCCM’s Kabayan Program and Services will be launched on October 22

The Philippine Canadian Centre of Manitoba’s Kabayan Program and Services will be launched together “ Salubong Sa Bagong Dating” on October 22, Saturday at 1 to 5 p.m. at the Multi-Purpose Room of PCCM,

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Location, Location, Location

Location, Location, Location

How to Find a Home of Your Own There is an old joke in Canada that says the three most important things in choosing a home are: location, location, location! While this is meant

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Filipino Members Chapter of APEGM formalized

Filipino Members Chapter of APEGM formalized

In 2009, a group of Philippine-educated engineers formed an organization to represent the interests of Filipino-Canadianmembers of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of the Province of Manitoba (APEGM). APEGM is the professional

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Dr.Romulo Magsino and Leah Enverga-Magsino renew their marriage vows

Dr.Romulo Magsino and Leah Enverga-Magsino renew their marriage vows

Dr. Romulo Magsino and Leah Enverga-Magsino renew their marriage vows in a summer garden party at their residence. Rev. Msgr. Enrique Samson is the officiating officer and Dr. Roland and Irene Guzman are the

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Two Marcelinos are heading to the legislature

Two Marcelinos are heading to the legislature

Ted Marcelino captures Tyndall Park; Flor Marcelino re-elected in Logan In an election first for Manitoba, the riding of Tyndall Park had three Filipino-Canadian candidates running for the same riding in the 41st provincial

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