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Dean’s Lecture: Feb 26

Dean’s Lecture: Feb 26

Consider how to adapt to the legalization of cannabis at the next session of The Dean’s Lecture Series 2018-2019: Legal Cannabis: Determining Fitness to Work and Fitness to Learn, on Feb. 26 from 12:15

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Winnipeg Sikaran Academy: the home of champions!

Winnipeg Sikaran Academy: the home of champions!

Lynlyn and Angela Igne, Miley Carino win the coveted title at the World Karate and Kickboxing Championship in Dublin, Ireland In Martial arts sport, three is more than a company of champions and this

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Tim Hortons Christmas Party

Tim Hortons Christmas Party

Photos by Noni Manalili

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Santa Claus Parade

Santa Claus Parade

First Parol Float Santa’s New Sleigh at the 2018 Santa Claus Parade Santa was sporting his brand new sleigh and float at the 2018 Santa Claus Parade. Thousands of onlookers lined Portage Ave as

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Pinoys musicians band together for Typhoon Ompong victims

Pinoys musicians band together for Typhoon Ompong victims

By Jogin Tamayo A benefit concert aimed at raising funds for the victims of Typhoon Ompong particularly in the Cordilleras was held on November 11, 2018 at the Maples Collegiate Commons in Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Hon. Minister Melanie Joly Visits Winnipeg

Hon. Minister Melanie Joly Visits Winnipeg

by Gemma D. Dalayoan November 12, 2018 is a memorable day for some community leaders because they attended a meeting with Honourable Melanie Joly, Federal Minister of Tourism, Official Languages & La Francophone at

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1st Annual MFBC Trade Show

1st Annual MFBC Trade Show

The Manitoba Filipino Business Council held its first-ever MFBC Trade Show on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Petrus Hall. The free event invited Manitobans from all communities to learn more about starting their own business

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Sunday Funday at WAAY Basketball

Sunday Funday at WAAY Basketball

Every Sunday between November and March, youth basketball players make their way to Gordon Bell High School with their parents in tow holding cups of hot coffee and donuts. For more than 23 years,

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