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An Open Rant from a Victim’s Daughter

It was in June 2015 when a serious vehicular accident happened to my mother (Mailane Bituin). We were still in the Philippines back then and we were not able to stay on her side while she recovered from that event that almost took her life away. She broke her ribs, bruised her lungs and suffered from broken bones on her fingers and ankle. The criminal responsible for what happened was […]

todayFebruary 18, 2016 5

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The Filipino Indigenous People Organization in Quebec

Celebrating the month of Indigenous People, month of October every year as declared by the Republic of the Philippines, a proclamation No.1906, s. 2009, of which Republic Act No. 8371, dated October 29, 1997, known as the “Indigenous Peoples Rights Act” (IPRA). In Canada, province of Quebec, a newly organized non-profit organization came to existence. A Filipino Indigenous People's Organization in Quebec (FIPOQ). Since April, 2015, the group had been […]

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Few more weeks and Canada will decide who to lead the country in the next few years. Here in Montreal a debate was conducted on Sept. 2, 2015 at Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue of Montreal at 4894 SAINT-KEVIN AVE, Montréal, QC.  Steven Slimovitch of B'nai Brith synagogue and organizer of the event open up the debate. Mr. Dan Laxer of CJAD acted as moderator of the three" Amazing High Caliber […]

todaySeptember 14, 2015 7

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Montreal First People’s Festival

Summer is lots of fun and full of festivities happening in the City. July 29 - August 5 is the celebration of First People's Festival in Montreal. A celebration of many excellent talents and creativeness, shared to bring joy to the people in the province and visiting tourists. Multicultural communities joined this event every year and Filipino community, as one of the Indigenous group of people here in the City […]

todayAugust 3, 2015 21

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5th Mahin Festival

Glan promotes its local tourism in conceptualizing 5th Mahin Festival . On his speech, Mayor Victor James "Tata" B. Yap, Sr. says that the term mahin is known for beach in B'laan dialect. This yearly event, Mahin Festival is experienced in 3-day activity, that is, April 17-19, 2014, at Gumasa, Glan, Sarangani Province in which the Sarangani Bay Festival is being hosted. Among the activities are bikini open,muscle man, overnight […]

todayApril 19, 2015 11

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Improving Canada’s Caregiver Program

Government of Canada announces reforms to end the live-in requirement, reduce family separation and provide more options to caregivers in Canada October 31, 2014 — Ottawa — Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister, Chris Alexander, announced significant reforms to the Caregiver Program that acknowledges the valuable contributions caregivers make to Canadian families and the economy. Changes to the program include ending the live-in requirement, and providing eligible caregivers with two pathways […]

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What is the significance of the Holy Door?

Since the year 1300 when Pope Boniface VIII declared the first Holy Year, the Catholic Church has regularly celebrated “Holy Years,” usually every twenty-five years (at least since 1470), except for special circumstances, like in 1983 when a Holy Year was declared to mark the 1950th anniversary of the death and resurrection of our Lord.  A major aspect of the Holy Year has been that of pilgrimage to Rome to […]

todayNovember 16, 2014 1

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Preliminary Competition, Season 10 FILCAN IDOL 2014

Thanks to wonderful and inspiring comments and suggestions from the 3 awesome judges of Season 10 FILCAN IDOL 2014, Ms. Anna Bond, Ms Neva Lyn Kew and Mr. Oscar Ortega from McGill University of Montreal .here @Lavoie Auditorium,Cote Des Niege today. The Filipino Canada Trade and Commerce of Quebec, Inc headed by Ms. Grace Yip, successfully did their preliminary competition.The event was actively participated by the winners of past FILCAN […]

todayOctober 27, 2014 68

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Conversation with the Concordia University Journalism students

Having great conversation with the Concordia University Journalism students after the interview here at the radio station of Canadian Pinoy Radio-Montreal. Thanks to Ms. Amie Watson, Ms. Johanna Pellus, Mr. Daniel Buchanan and Ms.Karen Massey(not in Picture) Thank you for those great questions you fired on us today. The session was really fun. Hope we did give you all the informations you wanted. photo from video screen shot.

todayOctober 27, 2014 9

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