Monthly Archives: September 2016

Sept 30 is National Orange Shirt Day in Canada

  Every last day of  September,  Orange Shirt Day is observed in many parts of Canada to show  support for residential school survivors. It was  on Sept. 30, 2013,  when  Phyllis Webstad, a victim and survivor of residential school system

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WORLD: The Philippines’ ‘Iron Lady’ Who Ran Against Duterte in May’s Election Has Died

Tributes poured in on social media Philippine Senator and former presidential candidate Miriam Defensor Santiago died from lung cancer Thursday, at age 71. The lawmaker ran for office three times in total, in 1992, 1998 and again in May 2016

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Welcome to Winnipeg! Bulacan Vice Governor Daniel Fernando and delegates

In celebration of the 20th year founding anniversary of the Bulacan Association of Winnipeg, Inc. (BAOWI), officers and members warmly-welcomed Bulacan Vice Governor Daniel Fernando and accompanying provincial officials on September 22nd.  Not yet quite recovered from jet-lag, Fernando with

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WORLD: Clinton, Trump clash over taxes, race and terror in 1st presidential debate

  In a combative opening debate, Hillary Clinton emphatically denounced Donald Trump Monday night for keeping his personal tax returns and business dealings secret from voters and peddling a “racist lie” about U.S. President Barack Obama. The New York businessman,

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Royal Canada visit: Prince William and Kate make final Vancouver stop at Coast Guard Station

  The royal tour of Vancouver wrapped up at the Kitsilano Coast Guard Base where Prince William and Kate boarded a hovercraft for their journey back to Victoria.   The day began downtown when Prince William and Kate arrived by

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COMMUNITY: Fun at St Amant Free the Spirit Festival

The Free the Spirit Festival is a great way to get involved with your community, have fun  and give back to St.Amant. Rain or shines it’s a celebration for the whole community! Admission is free  at the Free the Spirit

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BLOG: Sweet tooth

  It is  a little hard to live a healthy lifestyle  and cut down calories,  if  you have some  sweet cravings. Yes I am that kind of person who always needs something  sweet. Call it sweet tooth.   I don’t care about

Posted in Annoucer Blogs, Donna Natividad-Arenas

ENTERTAINMENT: The Dalai Lama says Brangelina split is ‘sad’ and shares concern for their six kids

The Dalai Lama has shared his views on the split of  Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie  and revealed his concerns for their six children.   In an exclusive interview for Good Morning Britain,  Piers Morgan updated His Holiness on the

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Philippine President gives go signal for Martial Law remembrance activities

  President Rodrigo Duterte is encouraging activities to commemorate the 44th anniversary of the declaration of martial law but it should not cause public inconvenience. “The President encourages various activities to commemorate the occasion as long as they are peaceful

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change… constantly.

what makes a morning person, a morning person? i am a big fan of people who wakes up early just because their biological clock tells them to do so. alarm clocks? please. then there are people like me who looks

Posted in Annoucer Blogs, Chester Pangan

COMMUNITY: PAG IBIG Information Session @ PCCM

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HEALTH NEWS: Does your favorite restaurant serve too many antibiotics?

  (CNN)    Although you might pay attention to what kind of meat you buy at the grocery store — organic, grass-fed, cage-free — chances are, you aren’t as informed about the meat that’s on the menu at your favorite

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Touch of Winnipeg at the Emmy’s

  Winnipeger Heather Daymond’s   Shut Ur Pie Hole” were distributed to Emmy attendees Sunday night after she was was invited to attend the award show in Hollywood. “It was an exciting day,” said Daymond who handed out 240 of her

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Legacy of Winnipeg’s very own Terry Fox carried on at 36th annual run

        Hundreds of Winnipeggers gathered at Assiniboine Park on Sunday morning to pay tribute to one of Canada’s icons and one of Winnipeg’s sons – by running.   The 36th annual Terry Fox Run has become a

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BLOG: Donna meets Donna

  I have been tying up my hair in a pony tail for almost a year.  There were those days when I simply  don’t have time  to blowdry  during  very early morning rush.  Thought I needed a  hair cut. Who wouldn’t want a lighter and

Posted in Annoucer Blogs, Donna Natividad-Arenas

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