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Winnipeger recognized for the Bayaning Filipino Youth Awards

  Winnipeger Loizza Aquino is  one of this year’s  North America Youth Awardees and finalist   for the Gawad Geny Lopez Bayaning Filipino Awards.   This is an annual search honoring modern-day ordinary Filipinos around the world  who make a

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Fresh Express salad recalled after dead bat discovery

  Fresh Express, a company which produces and distributes packaged salads to supermarkets across the United States including Walmart, recalled a salad mix on Saturday after two people in Florida discovered a dead bat in a pack, the Centre for

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WORLD: Egypt declares state of emergency after Palm Sunday church bombings

  CNN— A day after brazen ISIS attacks killed dozens at two Coptic Christian churches on Palm Sunday, Egypt declared a three-month state of emergency, a measure designed to help authorities root out the killers. A stunned nation watched funerals for

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Earthquake experienced in Luzon, Philippines; PHIVOLCS reports 5.4 magnitude

  Several parts of Luzon experienced earthquake around 9 pm April 4. Reports of movement were made from Lucena, Cavite, Laguna, and Metro Manila.   The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) has recorded a magnitude 5.4 earthquake in

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Travel Anywhere In Canada For $150 by Train

  Everyone loves to travel but the cost of it all can sometimes be too much, especially when you’re looking to make it across Canada.   Canada is celebrating it’s 150th birthday this year and VIA Rail just made it all

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Fewer Canadians being refused entry at U.S. land border

  Fewer Canadians are being turned away at the U.S. land border in recent months despite mounting concerns that Donald Trump’s immigration policies are making it much harder to cross, The Canadian Press has learned. Refusals of Canadians at American

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Vatican holds Islamic prayers for the first time in history

  On Sunday for the first time ever the readings from Quran will be heard at the Vatican. This move was initiated by the Pope Francis in order to bring peace between Israelis and Palestinians.   During his visit last

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Learning Tagalog in Neepawa, Manitoba

  It’s Friendly Manitoba, but Neepawa residents are going the extra mile: learning the language of their new neighbours to help them feel more welcome. A ten week course for non-Filipino friends who are interested to embrace the language of

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Manitoba prepared to stand alone in health-care fight with Ottawa: Pallister

    Manitoba is not worried about being the last province standing in a health-funding dispute with Ottawa and will not be rushed into accepting any deals, Premier Brian Pallister said Monday.   “We’re standing alone. I’m not afraid of

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Spring forward this Sunday, March 12, 2017

  Spring is just around the corner! On Sunday March 12th, 2017 ,   we spring forward one hour into Daylight Saving Time (DST).  That means  we will  lose an hour of sleep. DST  will start at 2:00 AM on

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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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Red Top restaurant owner drowns while on vacation in Costa Rica

  (CBC)   Family and friends of popular Winnipeg restaurateur Peter Scouras are reeling after hearing about the sudden death of the 33-year-old while he was on vacation.   Scouras was in Costa Rica for a rugby tournament holiday with his

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BLOG: Pet Love

  Today is  National Love your Pet  Day  –a special day dedicated  to celebrating  the pure  love that pets bring to our lives. It is also a day to raise awareness to the need for care of  pets. There are places in

Posted in All Stories, Donna Natividad-Arenas

SPORTS: Winnipeg’s Todd MacCulloch inducted into Canadian Basketball Hall of Fame

  Winnipeg’s Todd MacCulloch says he’s still in a bit of shock after finding out earlier this week that he’s about to be inducted into the Canadian Basketball of Fame.   In his professional career, MacCulloch represented the Canadian national basketball team

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