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“Sponsoring” your parents with the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program

“Sponsoring” your parents with the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program

Reis Pagtakhan

On November 4, Citizenship and Immigration Canada announced that it would not accept new sponsorship applications for parents for the next 24 months. As a result, individuals who want to sponsor their parents to

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Bahay Kubo, Kahit Munti, ang mga Prutas Roon…

Bahay Kubo, Kahit Munti, ang mga Prutas Roon…

aLfie vera meLLa

(On Some Fruits Found in the Philippines and Their Respective Names) Fruits are common wherever you are, regardless if the country or region where you live is tropical or not, simply because there are

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Beatiful Brows

Beatiful Brows

Tia Provici

Eye brows are essential as they frame your face and enhance your eyes. Your brows have a nice shape but their colour is wrong. This is the case when you lighten your hair resulting

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‘Aquinorroyo’ Conspiracy?

‘Aquinorroyo’ Conspiracy?

Perry Diaz

Yesterday, November 15, 2011, the Supreme Court issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) that would prevent the Department of Justice in enforcing its watch list order (WLO) against former President and now Pampanga Rep.

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Pacquiao Ekes Out Majority Decision

Pacquiao Ekes Out Majority Decision

Adonis Fernandez

by Adonis Fernandez In what many in the boxing community initially believed to be a mismatch between the “pound-for-pound king” Manny Pacquiao and the lightweight kingpin Juan Manuel Marquez, Pacquiao barely managed to win

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It’s Polar Bear Season

It’s Polar Bear Season

Ron Cantiveros

Time to add Churchill to your bucket list! I spy with my little eye, something white, furry and rolling in snow! I will give you one guess what that might be! If you guessed,

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Don’t English Me, I’m Panic!

Don’t English Me, I’m Panic!

Adonis Fernandez

by Adonis Fernandez I am a new immigrant. I am from the Philippines where Filipino (Tagalog) is the household language and where English is used occasionally as a language in office and school settings.

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Ruffa Gutierrez jeered at by Mexicans at Pacquiao-Marquez fight

Ruffa Gutierrez jeered at by Mexicans at Pacquiao-Marquez fight

Actress Ruffa Gutierrez got a frightening experience when she came to watch the Pacquiao-Marquez bout live at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, Saturday (Sunday, Manila time). The actress said she was among

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Maria, Thia earn praises for inspired performances

Maria, Thia earn praises for inspired performances

Filipino-Canadian YouTube sensation Maria Aragon and Fil-Am “American Idol” Season 10 finalist Thia Megia received warm cheers from the audience with their rendition of the Philippine national anthem and US national anthem, respectively, during

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KC Concepcion proud to be SEA Games Representative

KC Concepcion proud to be SEA Games Representative

KC Concepcion represented the Philippines with pride at the 26th Southeast Asian Games in Indonesia last week. The singer actress was introduced as one of the Southeast Asian divas together with Indonesian actress-signer Agnes

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