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Kidney Walk this weekend draws hundreds

Hundreds joined this year’s   Manitoba Branch  Kidney Foundation Fundraiser held at St Vital Park today, Sept 8, 2019. Prior to the walk, there was acknowledgement of event sponosrs led by Vickar Automotive Group, presentation of top fundraisers and kidney donor

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Advocates appeal to keep Filipino bilingual program from folding

Supporters of the first Filipino bilingual program in Canada are hoping it doesn’t have to fold. For the program to continue this September, it needs at least 20 students in Kindergarten and Grade 1, and another 20 students in Grades

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COMMUNITY: BIBAK Manitoba celebrates International Grand Cañao

Hundreds  joined  the members of   BIBAK  Association  of  Manitoba in the  first International Grand Cañao held at the Victoria  Hotel and Convention Centre this weekend. Cañao   is a  popular  traditional feast  celebrated  in the Philippine Cordillera for good harvest and 

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COMMUNITY: First National Fil-Can Event kicks off Philippine Heritage Month Celebration

Prior to the  official  adoption of Canada’s  Parliament   declaring “June as Filipino Heritage Month”,   there has been various celebrations of Filipino culture and heritage for many years in Manitoba. This year, it   was made more  significant  as  Filipinos across Canada,

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COMMUNITY: 33rd Teddy Bear Picnic draws thousands

Rain or Shine, teddy bears and other stuffed toys had a great time  outdoors at the  33rd annual Teddy Bears’ Picnic held Sunday at Assiniboine Park. Over 50 tents provided  a fun, entertaining and educational experience for the whole family. Volunteer  health

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COMMUNITY: Fil-Can Author Shirley Camia releases new book

Confronting grief and despair in the loss of her mother, Filipino-Canadian poet and author  Shirley Camia announced  on CKJS 810AM today the release of her newest collection of poetry,  Mercy,  as  an elegy dedicated to her mother. Shirley’s  mother died at the

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COMMUNITY: Retro fever hits Winnipeg with Philippines Retro King Bennie Almonte

This weekend in Winnipeg,   dozens of  dance  lovers from the Filipino community   hit the  dance floor  grooving   into  “Just got Lucky”,  “Head over Hills”, “Ring my Bell” , “I’m so Excited”, “Name Game” to name a few,  in one of

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Death toll climbs to at least 16 as 2nd powerful earthquake rattles Philippines

A pair of strong earthquakes have left at least 16 dead in the Philippines this week as search and rescue efforts continue. A powerful 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck the northern Philippine island of Luzon on Monday and was followed by

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COMMUNITY: Pinoy family owners led ribbon cutting as Max’s officially opens today in Winnipeg

Big fans of   “Sarap to the Bones”   chicken can now enjoy all the tasty home-style meals from  The House That Fried Chicken Built’  in full swing. Max’s  Restaurant Winnipeg officially  opens its doors  following  Grand Opening Blow out  today  hosted  by

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Trudeau reaches out to Pinoys in Winnipeg; talks about federal budget on CKJS 810AM

Canadian Prime Minister  Justin  Trudeau  talked  about the newly-tabled  federal government’s  budget for 2019  and how it  impact  Manitobans and Winnipegers as he reached  out to the  50 thousand strong Filipino community on   CKJS 810 AM today. Speaking on “Good

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BLOG: In Memoriam: The boy who loved to bake

Hopia, sans rival and ube cake –those were his  favorite treats to bake in their family-run  Jimel’s Bakery. It was no surprise that  17-year-old Jimboy made it great in his culinary  classes at Tech Voc.  Baking  was  in his nerves

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COMMUNITY: International Justice Mission Hosts Forum on Fighting Cybersex Trafficking in Winnipeg

Every day, innocent people are beaten, raped and abused as slaves.   Today, more than 40 million people live in slavery. The International Justice Mission (IJM) works  around the world  to  help  free people, especially youth and  young children trapped in

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Hope for the Holidays 2018 in Photos

Thank you to all supporters, donors and sponsors led by Winnipeg Kia, Entergra Credit Union and EQ3 for partnering with us in bringing “HOPE FOR THE HOLIDAYS” to support the work of Winnipeg Harvest. This year’s Hope for the Holidays,

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Hope for the Holidays is about Giving Back

For many years in the past,  everytime Christmas season comes, CKJS 810 AM RADIO with sister stations  Energy 106 and Hot 100.5  and listeners  try to reach  out to the less-privileged. This year, we are bringing back   “Hope for the Holidays”. 

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COMMUNITY: First Filipino Float in Santa Claus Parade

Despite the brutally cold evening,  Winnipeggers  lined up the streets this wekeend to welcome  Santa Claus as he made his way through the city. The parade that began  at Portage Avenue and Young Street, and headed  down Portage Avenue to

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