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ENTERTAINMENT: Phil Actress Isabel Granada is home; given military honors

  Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, November 9) — The remains of  popular Filipino artist  Isabel Granada  were given full military honors upon  return Thursday from Doha, Qatar. The plane carrying Granada’s remains landed at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and

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Manitobans recycling more than ever

Manitobans continue to recycle more year over year, according to an annual litter audit by a national recycling centre. The Canadian Beverage Container Recycling Association’s annual audit found “a consistent decrease” in drink container litter on the streets of five

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Winnipeg: Winnipeg man selling massive movie collection for $1 million

For all the movie buffs out there with a million dollars to spare… read on. Remember the days when you could walk up and down the aisle of a movie store, and select from thousands of titles? Well those days

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WINNIPEG: More elms marked for death right now than have been in Winnipeg for 20 years.

Dutch elm removal reaches ‘critical point’ as city confronts backlog of diseased trees, city forester says. By Bryce Hoye, CBC News There are more trees marked for death right now than Winnipeg has seen since the mid-1990s, and the city’s

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Filipino-Canadian writer Isabelle Ronin’s book out in bookstores

  Chasing Red  out   in bookstores   September 5th!    Winnipeger  Isabelle Ronin’s fame as a full-fledged writer started  after she self-published her story on  multiplatform entertainment venue  Wattpad.  Wattpad is a popular global site among  online  writers and

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COMMUNITY: Vickar and ANCOP Winnipeg build another housing project in the Phils

  Philanthropists Larry and Tova Vickar of Winnipeg, Manitoba have been known  as one of  ANCOP (Answering Cry of the Poor) Canada’s leading donor as they consistently support  its  housing, scholarship and educational programs  in poor counries around the world.

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COMMUNITY: Pearl of the Orient Philippine Pavillion Continues to Shine

  Summer in Manitoba is  made extra colorful  through the showcase of  different cultures and array of  food and delicacies. On its, 48th year,  Folklorama,  the largest and longest-running multicultural festival of its kind in the world  continues to sizzle

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COMMUNITY: Young blood Fil-Can athletes shine in Canada Games 2017

  CKJS 810 AM is proud of our Filipino-Canadian rising young athletes who will represent our province as part of TEAM MANITOBA participating in different events in the upcoming Canada Summer Games. Winnipeg will host the games coinciding 150th anniversary

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COMMUNITY: MabuhayTV premiers in Winnipeg

  MabuhayTV,  the first Filipino show produced in Winnipeg  piloted  on July 2,  2017 in  Shaw Cable TV. Representing the vibrant Filipino Canadian community in Winnipeg,  producer Lourdes Federis  says  its  main objectives are to educate, inform, develop, inspire, entertain  and

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Winnipeger is Grand Winner for Global Bayaning Pilipino Awards in North America

  Winnipeger Loizza Aquino is chosen as   Winner for the   North America Youth Award for Gawad Geny Lopez Bayaning Filipino Awards.   This is an annual search honoring modern-day ordinary Filipinos around the world  who make a difference in their

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COMMUNITY: Filipino watch group starts up with the help of the Bear Clan Patrol

  A new neighbourhood watch group made up of the city’s Filipino community says they’ve been inspired by the Bear Clan Patrol and they’re set to hit the streets of Winnipeg.   They call themselves the 204 Neighbourhood Watch and they

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Portion of Pembina Highway will be closed over May long

  Starting 8 p.m. on Friday, the city says both directions of Pembina between Jubilee Avenue and Stafford Street will be closed to vehicle traffic. The road will open again at 4 a.m. on Tuesday. The road is being closed for

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May 3 is Mc Happy Day in Canada

  Come in Wednesday, May 3, 2017 to help 30,000 families across Canada CKJS   will  join the whole of Canada for the  McHappy Day. Stop by your local McDonald’s and order a Big Mac, Happy Meal or hot McCafé

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COMMUNITY: Winnipeg teener leads to promote peace of mind among youths

    Vincent Massey Collegiate student LOIZZA  AQUINO is once again encouraging  everyone, especially peers of her age, to open up if they face emotional struggles  and  find means to cope, rise and live with peace of mind.   Fall

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City lifts annual snow route parking ban

The City of Winnipeg lifted the annual Snow Route Parking Ban Tuesday morning. The ban prevents people from parking on all designated snow routes between 2 and 7 a.m. No other winter parking bans are in place right now.

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