Tag Archives: Russell Copeman

#15$Maintenant minimum wage

Magandang Umaga, Magandang hapon po sa lahat ng mga mamamayan dito sa Montreal at sa buong mundo. Good morning, good afternoon to all Montrealers and so with those watching this video around the globe.This is Lady Explorer of Canadian Pinoy Radio Montreal.   It’s been a while workers here in Montreal had been claiming for […]

AN INVITATION TO CHAMPION THE CAUSE OF RACIAL EQUALITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

AN INVITATION TO CHAMPION THE CAUSE OF RACIAL EQUALITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE  Public Meeting – Under Representation – Visible Minorities in Municipal Elected Office Tuesday, April 5, 7 PM – 6767 Cote des Neiges  Dear Friend, On January 18 six Montreal City Councillors and various organizations representing visible minority communities convened an important press conference […]

The ASPQ calls on Canadian Health Minister Philpott to act on Trans Fats

Montreal, March 3, 2016 – With the support of many organizations, the Association pour la santé publique du Québec (the Quebec association for public health, or ASPQ) calls on Canada’s Minister of Health, Jane Philpott, to start working on regulations to eliminate industrial trans fats from our foods. In his Ministerial Mandate letter, Prime Minister […]

An Open Rant From A Victim’s Daughter Part 2

TAKE THE TIME TO READ THIS! FORGIVE ME FOR THIS LONG POST, BUT THIS IS VERY INFORMATIVE ESPECIALLY FOR FILIPINOS WHO ARE LIVING HERE IN CANADA (QUEBEC). The moment I posted about the SAAQ benefit issues for the Filipino people who are working here in Canada under OPEN PERMIT and the INSUFFICIENT TRAFFIC LIGHTS on […]

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 […]

A zoning flavored sustainable health!

The Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (CDN—NDG) Borough is proposing to amend and add sections to the urban planning by-law and the By-law concerning occupancy certificates and certain permits. These amendments will have direct effects on land use across borough territory and indirect effects on the health and overall well-being of its population. Presentation of a health by-law, at […]

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. […]

Young Filipino’s amazed Montrealers in Art Exhibit

Congratulation! and Big salute to our young Filipino Cultural and Environmental advocates in Montreal for their very successful Mindanao Ethnic presentation today at the Ecomuseum du Fier-Monde at 2050 Amherst St., Montreal, Quebec Ms.Brigid Marlin now 83 years old graced the opening day. Ms. Marlin was famous for her painting “The Rod” which is a […]

MOUNT ROYAL FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN ETHNIC LEADERS SAY VOTE LIBERAL; COPEMAN AND ROTRAND ENDORSE HOUSEFATHER

At the formal opening of his new campaign office in Côte des Neiges, Liberal candidate Anthony Housefather revealed several major endorsements for his campaign to become the next Member of Parliament in the Mount Royal riding. The heavyweight endorsements include Côte des Neiges – Notre Dame de Grace Borough Mayor Russell Copeman, Snowdon City Councillor […]

Gender equality

  Canada’s currency should reflect the contributions of women to our society Montreal, August 11, 2015 – Marvin Rotrand, Councillor Snowdon, intends to file a motion in favor of greater representation of women in Canadian currency at the City Council meeting scheduled for 17 August. Mr. Rotrand is supported by several Montreal elected officials, including […]