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Winnipeg’s 2020 Festival du Voyager celebrates Indigenous, francophone culture

The 51st Festival du Voyageur wrapped up its 51st season this year in Winnipeg’s Fort Gibraltar at the heart of St. Boniface. Known for celebrating French and Métis culture,, the Festival is not exclusively Franco-Manitoban, this year’s festival focuses on celebrating Indigenous and francophone

Posted in All Stories, Community News

COMMUNITY: Filipino Radio on CKJS 810: Birth and Growth

February 13 is World Radio  Day. We take pride  to celebrate our community radio — CKJS 810AM  — probably the strongest,  longest-running  multilingual radio stations in the whole of Canada. Since its inception in mid 70s, CKJS has maintained its

Posted in All Stories, News

BLOG: How I conquer my fear of driving

The first time I took control of the wheel,  I was in panic. I am clumsy, disoriented, left-handed and always confused. Am I fit to drive? Just the thought of pressing the gas  scare me.  What if I hit someone?

Posted in Annoucer Blogs, Donna Natividad-Arenas

ENTERTAINMENT: Filipino actress Gabbi Garcia chosen as Tourism Ambassador of Taiwan

(GMA NEWS) GMA Kapuso Netowrk’s It Girl Gabbi Garcia was named Taiwan’s first-ever Filipina Tourism Ambassador, entrusted with the immense task of inspiring more Filipinos to experience the beauty their Asian neighbor has to offer. According to the Taiwan Tourism

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Renowned Winnipeg scientist Frank Plummer dies in Kenya, where he led HIV breakthroughs

(CBC NEWS) World-renowned scientist Dr. Frank Plummer, 67 of Winnipeg has died in Kenya, where he was a keynote speaker at the annual meeting of the University of Nairobi’s collaborative centre for research and training in HIV/AIDS/STIs. Plummer collapsed and was taken

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HEALTH: Can face masks protect you from the coronavirus? Experts weigh in

Some Canadians concerned about coronavirus in the wake of one confirmed and another presumptive case in Canada have been strapping on surgical masks to go outside. But can these face masks actually guard against the virus? According to doctors, the

Posted in All Stories, News

Philippines mourns basketball legend

The world lost a giant. The basketball-loving Filipinos mourn the passing of beloved NBA superstar Kobe Bryant who died in a helicopter crash yesterday, Sunday along with 13-year old daughter Gianna and eight others. The crash happened 10am local time

Posted in All Stories, News

COMMUNITY: Winnipeg holds Tala dance challenge for a cause

Dubbed “Tala for Taal”, about 70 Winnipegers braved the minus 23 degrees celcius windchill and made their way to dance together to raise funds to help victims of Taal Volcano eruption. The high-spirited crowd led by Zumba and fitness instructors

Posted in All Stories, Annoucer Blogs, News

Hope for the Holidays return to spread cheer

Winnipeg Evanov Radio’s  annual food drive   “Hope for the Holidays”  for Winnipeg Harvest was held  this weekend and was given warm support from listeners and supporters. Sister stations  CKJS 810AM (with Radio Dhamaal).  Energy 106 and Hot 100.5  did a Radiothon 

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Winnipeg Blue Bombers bring home Grey Cup

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers ended a 29-year championship drought on Sunday as they defeated the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 33-12 in the 107th Grey Cup. They  were met with loud  cheers from hundreds of fans who greeted them at the airport as

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COMMUNITY: Paul Ong concert with WSO raises $25k for Sistema Winnipeg

Accompanied  by the prestigious Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra (WSO),  local singer Paul Ong’s annual charity fundraiser saw a whopping $25,000 donation to Sistema Winnipeg, a daily music program offering  intensive music education for  inner city children. The sold-out event held Nov

Posted in All Stories, Community News, News

BLOG: Christmas cheer @ the 2019 Pre Santa Claus parade Block Party

Before  the big man in the red suit from the North Pole made his way down Portage Avenue for the 2019  annual Santa Claus Parade,  friends from  Energy 100.6, Hot 100.5 and CKJS 810AM brought some fun  at the Pre

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Santa Claus Parade lights up the city this weekend; MFSF’s “Bahay Kubo” showcases heart of Filipino home

Bundle  up for the 2019 Santa Claus Parade this weekend!   The family-friendly evening of fun and entertainment will be this Saturday, Nov 16. Parade starts on Portage Avenue at Young Street at 5:00 PM.  Organizers say there will be  approximately

Posted in All Stories, News

HEALTH: Diabetes cases soar, 1-in-11 adults affected: doctors

More than 460 million people — 1-in-11 adults — now suffer from diabetes, largely brought on by an over-rich lifestyle short on exercise, the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) said Thursday. The IDF said the current number of 463 million sufferers

Posted in All Stories, News

BLOG: My sister rises from the grave and wins best costume

  My family  is a big fan of  halloween. This is one Canada tradition that we have embraced.   We love the dressing up part,  aside from the  trick or treating. This year,  we got a friendly sheriff in our household

Posted in All Stories, Annoucer Blogs

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