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BLOG: The best part of our homecoming in the eyes of our children

  Family is back in Winnipeg after a month long of  very short vacation in our homeland– the beautiful Philippines. This trip is very precious to us.  It took us a decade to do it. Here is  a list  of  TOP SIX 

Posted in All Stories, Annoucer Blogs, Donna Natividad-Arenas

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

Posted in Community News

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

Posted in Community News

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

Posted in All Stories, Community News

WORLD: Mexico earthquake: Rescue efforts continue as death toll rises

 Death toll in Mexico City rises to 224.   MEXICO CITY – Rescue crews and ordinary citizens searched through rubble for survivors as night fell on Tuesday on battered cities in central Mexico, including the capital, where the death toll

Posted in All Stories, News

PHILIPPINES: Tropical depression Maring causes flooding, forces evacuations

  A number of households were forced to evacuate as floodwaters rose in a number of regions in the Philippines. Many commuters were stranded, classes were cancelled and government work, including that in courts, was suspended in Metro Manila, Central

Posted in All Stories, News

Zumba®Yanihan Spreads Love

  One heart, One love, One dance.   It was   Zumba®  fever on the dance  floor as the dance fitness craze   brought together  sets  of   hundreds of  happy feet in an  evening of  grooving  and sweating  at the  Zumba®Yanihan sa

Posted in All Stories, News

COMMUNITY: Food Trip Festival showcases Pinoy street food, native desserts and a lot more!

  The Labor Day long weekend got  a perfect weather for  hundreds of  food fanatics  who made their way  down to Tyndall Park to fill up on  all kinds of  foods, desserts and drinks from local vendors. Food Trip: Festival

Posted in All Stories, Bhupinder Toor, News

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

Posted in All Stories, Community News

Filipino Street Festival draws thousands

  Sights and smells of  barbeques and other Manila street food,  artistic  cultural displays and exhibits,  full day entertainment and a colorful  street parade drew thousands at this year’s  Manitoba Filipino Street Festival (MFSF).         Held  downtown

Posted in All Stories, News

WORLD: Signal 10 Tropical Cyclone lashes Macau and Hong Kong

  Hong Kong (CNN)A strong typhoon struck the coast of China on Wednesday, bringing massive winds and flooding to the cities of Macau and Hong Kong. Three were killed when Typhoon Hato hit Macau, the gaming mecca and former Portuguese

Posted in All Stories, News

Yazidi boy reunited with family in Winnipeg

  Refugee  Nofa Mihlo Rafo finally  reunited with her 12-year-old son Emad  today,  August 17,  2017   at the Richardson International Airport.   There were tears, hugs, smiles and songs at the Winnipeg airport early Thursday morning as friends and

Posted in All Stories, News

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.

Posted in All Stories, Community News

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

Posted in All Stories, Community News

ENTERTAINMENT: Grammy Award winner Bruno Mars performs in Winnipeg Tonight

  Grammy Award winner and world-renowned, multi-platinum selling singer/songwriter/producer/director/musician, Bruno Mars will perform in Bell MTS Place  tonight Wednesday, August 2, 2017   as part of his  The 24K Magic World Tour. The 24K Magic World Tour celebrates Mars’ eagerly

Posted in All Stories, News
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