Vol. 26 No. 07 »

Filipinos still subscribe to Holy Week superstitions

Filipinos still subscribe to Holy Week superstitions

The Catholic Church has long frowned on superstitions yet the observance of the Lenten season in the Philippines still abounds with superstition. Thus, Filipinos observe Lent with religious devotion in combination with superstition and

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Aquino attends ASEAN Meeting in Cambodia

Aquino attends ASEAN Meeting in Cambodia

President Benigno S. Aquino III is set to arrive in Phnom Penh, Cambodia to attend the 20th Association of Southeast Asian Nation (ASEAN) Summit and Related Summits with the theme “One Community, One Destiny.”

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PBB winner Slater Young wants to try showbiz

PBB winner Slater Young wants to try showbiz

Despite admitting that he can’t sing and dance, “Pinoy Big Brother Unlimited” big winner Slater Young said he’d still like to enter showbiz because he believes he has something different to offer to the

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New romance still far from KC’s priority

New romance still far from KC’s priority

Although actress-singer KC Concepcion has agreed to go out on a dinner date with British singer Jules Knight, it doesn’t mean that she’s now ready to accept new suitors. KC went out with Knight

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Lea Salonga rebuffs ‘mentoring’ issue on ‘American Idol’

Lea Salonga rebuffs ‘mentoring’ issue on ‘American Idol’

Filipino international singer-actress and Tony award-winning performer Lea Salonga admitted that she was indeed invited to the hit TV show “American Idol” but not as guest mentor. Speculations that Lea will soon be mentoring

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Charice wins Kids’ Choice Award 2012

Charice wins Kids’ Choice Award 2012

Filipino international singing sensation Charice got six million votes from fans worldwide to win this year’s Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards for Favorite Asian Act. The young singer bested other nominees namely Indonesian singer Agnes

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Post-Secondary Education Continues to be a Focus of this Conservative Government, Bruinooge

Post-Secondary Education Continues to be a Focus of this Conservative Government, Bruinooge

Winnipeg, Manitoba, March 29, 2012 — The Conservative Government today presented the 2012 federal budget and once again provided strong support for research, education and training. “Our Government continues to support Canadian Universities and

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Jets playoff dreams dashed in inaugural season

Jets playoff dreams dashed in inaugural season

March madness was not so kind to the Winnipeg Jets. In the last game of the month against the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Winnipeg Jets were officially eliminated from playoff contention in a 3-2

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Harper Government to help Canadian Businesses Become Innovation Leaders

Harper Government to help Canadian Businesses Become Innovation Leaders

Halifax, Nova Scotia, April 2, 2012—The success of A.C. Dispensing Equipment Inc. and the government’s plan for innovation in Economic Action Plan 2012 were highlighted today by the Honourable Gary Goodyear, Minister of State

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Canada warns against Immigration Fraud

Canada warns against Immigration Fraud

Ottawa, 26 March 2012 – Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and the Competition Bureau are joining together during Fraud Prevention Month to warn potential immigrants to be wary of websites claiming to be, or

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