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What Counts as Years of Education in an Immigration Application

What Counts as Years of Education in an Immigration Application

Reis Pagtakhan

When applying to immigrate to Canada, individuals are typically required to prove the number of years of education that they have completed. In some cases, individuals have completed a year or more of education

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What’s Next for Munoz?

What’s Next for Munoz?

Big Marv

The Filipino Wrecking Machine was one fight away from a shot at the UFC’s Middleweight Championship. The key word: “was”. Last Wednesday he ran into a wall by the name of Chris Weidman. Munoz

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Get Out of the Way, Poseurs! Here Comes PiL

Get Out of the Way, Poseurs! Here Comes PiL

aLfie vera meLLa

(The Return of Public Image Limited) One of the true pioneers of Postpunk music—John Lydon (aka Johnny Rotten) with his post–Sex Pistols band, Public Image Limited (PiL), is back with a 12-song new album

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Have You Been Doing Your Homework?

Have You Been Doing Your Homework?

aLfie vera meLLa

(On Diligence, Credibility, and Professional Responsibility) “Life is a continuous learning and unlearning process.” Maraming tao na, porke tapos na sa pag-aaral sa eskwelahan at nagtatrabaho na, ay iniisip na hindi na nila kinakailangang

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Let’s Get Cheeky

Let’s Get Cheeky

Tia Provici

As pinays, our cheeks tend to be less defined or flat. With the correct technique of enhancing our cheeks, we can give our complexion a pretty pinkish glow or even contour the face to

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2012 Lexus CT 200h Review

2012 Lexus CT 200h Review

Ron Cantiveros

It’s sporty. It’s fun. It’s a hybrid. A luxury hybrid by Lexus. After driving several hybrid electric vehicles in the last six months, they’re not fun to drive. I love the roar of engines

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Down & Dirty Adventures

Down & Dirty Adventures

Ron Cantiveros

The mud was literally everywhere and I felt bad for the janitor that had to clean up after us. Running 5km on dry solid pavement is relatively easy. Throw in some obstacles, lots of

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Dolphy: the Man, the Laughter, the Legend

Dolphy: the Man, the Laughter, the Legend

The measure of greatness of the man who made millions of Filipinos laugh can’t be measured by a National Artist Award conferred by a committee and anointed by Malacañang. Indeed Dolphy’s significance as a

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UMSigaw’s Tinig ng Pilipinas Bursary

UMSigaw’s Tinig ng Pilipinas Bursary

Hey everyone! For those who have not heard of UMSigaw’s Tinig ng Pilipinas Bursary yet, this is your chance to apply! UMSigaw, University of Manitoba’s Filipino Student Group, is offering two bursaries of $250

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Primrose Madayag Knazan is back at the Fringe!

Primrose Madayag Knazan is back at the Fringe!

Winnipeg’s newest LGBT theatre group Prairie Q Productions is proud to present “AGAINST THE WALL” at Venue #5, Son of Warehouse. A new play by 3 time Best of Fest winner Primrose Madayag Knazan.

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