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Noel Perada’s 50th Birthday Bash — January 26, 2013

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Laws in our lives

By Reena Basser There is so much protection offered to the tenant by the Ontario government, that I think it’s wise to go over some of the main topics on this issue that effects many people. My column is meant to bring to light some of the key points of Ontario Law. I am a 

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Most Current Research on Social Change in Canada

The Philippine Reporter believes that research matters. Hence, it is publishing information on some of the latest research gems significant to everyone. These studies are lifted from the SPAR (Social Policy Analysis and Research) Monitor, an inventory of recent social research information relevant to social policy. — Editors This bulletin is a quick inventory of 

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Conservatives ignore housing need

Dear Editor, While cities and provinces are working hard on the pressing lack of affordable housing for Canadians, MP Roxanne James and the Conservatives are quietly getting the federal government out of it. An estimated 150,000 to 300,000 Canadians are homeless and thirteen percent don’t have access to affordable housing with enough bedrooms for their 

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Two cases of disappearance reported to human rights groups

After enactment of Anti-Enforced Disappearance Law Karapatan and Families of Desaparecidos for Justice (Desaparecidos) deplored the abduction of Sheikh Bashier Mursalum and Muin Kahal Hamja, as these organizations add two more names to the long list of enforced disappearances in the country. The abduction happened after President Aquino signed the Anti-Enforced Disappearance Act of 2012 in 

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CPAC celebrates new graduates for nurses

TORONTO– On January 27, 2013, a graduation ceremony was held by the Chinese Professionals Association of Canada (CPAC) to celebrate the successful completion of the second cycle of the training courses by the participants of “CPAC-Gateway for Internationally Educated Nurses Program”. Over a hundred participants are getting help from this career bridging program launched by 

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PCCF upbeat for 2013

TORONTO– Philippine Canadian Charitable Foundation (PCCF) officers  are very much upbeat about the upcoming events for 2013. To start the year long event, PCCF will hold the pageants that  are dubbed as “the biggest  and the best”, the biggest because thousands upon thousands of people will watch them  as they strut through the huge stage of 

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Patient Education: Whiplash

By Dr. George Traitses The signs and symptoms of whiplash often do not develop until 2 to 48 hours after the injury. Whiplash is a generic term applied to injuries of the neck caused when the neck is suddenly and/or violently jolted in one direction and then another, creating a whiplike movement. Whiplash is most 

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February 8-21, 2013 issue

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US Navy bars park rangers from inspecting grounded ship at Tubbataha Reef

According to the Tubbataha management office, it is highly probable that the ship has damaged large portions of the heritage sites’ coral reefs, thus violating pertinent Philippine laws, including Republic Act 10067 or the Tubbataha Reefs National Park Act of 2009. By MARYA SALAMAT Bulatlat.com MANILA – Outrage greeted the reported trespassing of US Navy 

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