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COMMUNITY: Retro Zumba inspired by Love for Kids with Diabetes; A JDRF Fundraiser

  Seven year old Sammy  was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes  (T1D) in  2012 when she was just 17 months old. Sammy is the Manitoba Ambassador for juvenile diabetes and is just one of the many children affected by this

Posted in All Stories, Community News

Tim Hortons to expand to China

Tim Hortons plans to open more than 1,500 of its coffee-and-doughnut shops in China over the next decade. The expansion seeks to capitalize on the country’s burgeoning coffee culture and is the latest international location for the coffee chain aiming

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BLOG: Look who I met from Camping: Guy cycling Canada

Family went for a camping this weekend and met this guy from Quebec. My husband Joji and  friend Jorge offered their help to  him  upon  learning he was moving his tent to a spot  adjacent to ours.  We invited  him

Posted in All Stories, Donna Natividad-Arenas

Starbucks Reveals an Avocado Frappuccino in South Korea

Lovers  of avocado will want to fly all the way to Korea for this new Starbucks drink. Falling under Starbucks’ seasonal menu item called Avocado Blended Frappuccino. Photos of said  avocado dessert drinks  have been making the rounds on social media   lately

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ENTERTAINMENT: Paul McCartney returns to Winnipeg

Legendary musician and former member of The Beatles  Paul McCartney returns to  Winnipeg after  five years. The 76-year-old music legend  announced on Tuesday that he will play Bell MTS place on Sept. 28. This will be McCartney’s first tour following the release of his new

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BLOG: Fun Park Amusement Centre is now Open

With the summer season on, it is important that kids get as much exposure as possible to playing so they are not left  hooked on gadget or computer games. Aside from monkey bars, soccer balls or wading pools,  indoor amusement

Posted in All Stories, Donna Natividad-Arenas

HEALTH: Toxic shock syndrome killed teen in her sleep during school trip: B.C. coroner

Toxic shock syndrome caused the death of a British Columbia teen found lifeless in bed on a school trip, according to a report from the province’s coroner service. In March 2017, Grade 11 student Sara Manitoski was on an overnight

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Canada becomes second nation in the world to legalize marijuana

(CNN)      Recreational marijuana use will soon be legal in Canada after the Senate passed a “historic” bill on Tuesday with a vote of 52-29. Canada is only the second country in the world — and the first G7 nation

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COMMUNITY: Canada’s Top 25 Immigrants for 2018 Announced

It is  an incredible milestone celebrating the contributions of immigrants to Canada. In  its 10th year, The RBC Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards celebrate the outstanding accomplishments and leadership of newcomers ang immgrants across Canada. Among this year’s winners are 

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ENTERTAINMENT: Aga Muhlach, Bea Alonzo movie shoots in Canada

The cameras have rolled for Philippines ultimate leading man Aga Muhlach and award-winning actress Bea Alonzo who finally teamed up for a big screen union this year. The pair apparently started  filming  in  Vancouver  suburb in British Columbia, Canada since 

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Would You Like to Get Married on Your Honeymoon?

Destination weddings are becoming more and more popular with couples who are eager to skip the fuss of a traditional wedding and jump right into the fun. Arranging flights and travel accommodations  might stress them out especially if they do

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COMMUNITY: CKJS @ the Manitoba Filipino Street Festival

  Hundreds  lined the streets in the Maples Neighborhood  Saturday for the seventh annual Manitoba Filipino Street Festival parade. The parade featured dozens of floats, which included  our CKJS 810 Cruiser and organizations which paraded  down   Jefferson Avenue to Adsum

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BLOG: Meet Bernard and his Inspiring Story of Courage and Ability

The late physicist  Stephen Hawking was one of the most influential  people with disabilities  that we know. He once said “Disability need not be an obstacle to success.” Just today, I am  honored  to meet 12-year old boy Bernard Rosello

Posted in All Stories, Annoucer Blogs

COMMUNITY: Manitoba celebrates Philipine Heritage Week from June 8 to 15

Perla Javate, Chairman of the Philippine Heritage Council of Manitoba  detailed the  festivities leading to the celebration of Philipine Independence Day this year. Philippine Independence Day is celebrated in the Philippines and in all parts of the world by Filipinos

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Thousands march through downtown for the Winnipeg Pride Parade

Celebration of acceptance, love, equality, authenticity and diversity. Rainbow colors  filled the streets as thousands marched through downtown  at Winnipeg’s 31st Pride Parade on  June 3, 2018  with over a hundred floats. The day began with a rally at the

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