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The resurgence of the Jim Crow era

The resurgence of the Jim Crow era

Perry Diaz

Jim Crow era began with the Compromise of 1877 when Republicans and Democrats agreed to settle a disputed presidential election. The Republicans appeared to have lost with one Electoral Vote short of victory with

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PHCM bounces back with Virtual Gala to Celebrate 123rd Philippine Independence

PHCM bounces back with Virtual Gala to Celebrate 123rd Philippine Independence

Kris Ontong

The Philippine Heritage Council of Manitoba (PHCM) bounced back this year with a virtual gala celebrating the 123rd anniversary of Philippine independence. In pre-COVID times, the celebration was typically held at the Marlborough Hotel

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BAGA Golfers Take On Carmen Golf

BAGA Golfers Take On Carmen Golf

Members of the Batangas Amateur Golf Association (BAGA) hit the golf course in Carmen, Manitoba after outdoor gathering limits were relaxed last weekend. Carmen is about an hour’s drive southwest of Winnipeg

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Happy 45th Anniversary Magdaragat

Happy 45th Anniversary Magdaragat

Thank you for preserving our Filipino culture and heritage over the last 45 years. To all Magdaragat members past, present and future, we are all grateful. From the staff & management of the Filipino

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Words of wisdom from Claudio Granados, Sr. as he celebrates his 100 years of active living

Words of wisdom from Claudio Granados, Sr. as he celebrates his 100 years of active living

Anyone can learn how to live longer from Tatay Claudio, as his friends call him, as he celebrated his 100 years of age last June 6, Sunday, together with his loved ones guided with

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AUSTIN RYAN GRANADOS: An inamorato in the pulsating pastry paradise

AUSTIN RYAN GRANADOS: An inamorato in the pulsating pastry paradise

Definitely, the Winnipeggers are the greatest benefactors when Austin Ryan Granados, a Gold Medalist in Skills Canada National Competition, returned to his beloved city and took over the management of CAKE-OLOGY at 85 Arthur

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Keep That Remote Control Busy

Keep That Remote Control Busy

aLfie vera meLLa

(A Couple of Recommended Netflix Series) We’re already past one full year of the pandemic, but the world is yet to achieve a considerable space of normalcy. Public places for fun are still either

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Duterte eyeing for VP but will backpedal if Romualdez contends for post

Duterte eyeing for VP but will backpedal if Romualdez contends for post

In next year’s 2022 elections, President Rodrigo Duterte said on Wednesday June 16, 2021, running for vice president may be sensible but he will not compete for the position if House Majority Leader Martin

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AstraZeneca shots coming in July for private sector workers

AstraZeneca shots coming in July for private sector workers

The STAR/Boy Santos Over a million private sector workers will get AstraZeneca vaccines next month. 1.17 million [AstraZeneca vaccines], will arrive in mid-July and mid-August, said on Saturday June12, 2021 by presidential adviser for

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IATF advises to find compromise for OFWs coming back home

IATF advises to find compromise for OFWs coming back home

AFP/Ted Aljibe Senators have advised the Inter-Agency Task Force to find middle ground that will enable OFWS to come home despite the ongoing pandemic. As per Sen. Panfilo Lacson, even “little adjustments” made by

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