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COMMUNITY: Tala dance craze hits Winnipeg; aims to help

  About 70  Filipino and non-Filipino friends  braved  the minus 23 degrees celcisus windchill  this weekend  to  be part of   “Tala” dance    challenge  held  in Garden City parking grounds. The idea was to  dance together,  have fun in being 

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Warning of ‘Explosive eruption” after Philippines’ Taal Volcano spews ash and lava fountains

Philippine officials are appealing to residents not to return to their homes in the danger zone of an erupting volcano as it continues to spew plumes of ash and lava fountains, with earthquakes regularly shaking the ground. A total evacuation

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Manitoba firefighters help battle wildfires in Australia

More than five million hectares have burned in what officials say is the worst fire season in Australia’s history.  Tens of thousands of others have been forced to flee their homes. By Saturday evening in Australia, 3,600 firefighters were battling blazes across the southeastern

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Philippines: Trick or treat: Boy puts on electric and water bills as costume

MANILA – A child’s Halloween costume caught the attention of netizens as he had on something considered by many as their worst nightmare: “Judith” or a pun for the monthly “due date” of utility bills. A Facebook post by Nexil

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World-class Philippines’ Douglas Nierras Powerdance performs in Winnipeg

The Philippines’ premier jazz and contemporary dance group Douglas Nierras Powerdance  performed at Maples Collegiate  in Winnipeg  this Saturday. The show called ” Dances of Filipino Heart and Soul”   brought  Filipino arts and creativity to  a higher level while taking the

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Forever 21 leaving two big retail gaps in Winnipeg malls

Forever 21 is closing all 44 stores across the country, leaving two high profile vacancies in Winnipeg malls. The Los Angeles-based company announced Sunday that it has filed for bankruptcy in both the U.S. and Canada. The retail giant has

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BLOG: 10 Quotes from Michelle Obama that Inspire Me

Former United States First Lady   Michelle Obama stopped by Winnipeg’s Bell MTS Centre for a noon time conversation  with  University of Manitoba Chancellor Anne Mahon  in front of a crowd of thousands  on September 24 as part of  her memoir “Becoming” tour.

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Cirque du Soleil’s Amaluna is simply breathtaking and amazing

Amaluna invites the audience to a mysterious island governed by Goddesses and guided by the cycles of the moon. A   fusion of the words ama, which refers to “mother” in many languages, and luna, which means “moon”, Amaluna   symbolizes  femininity

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