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From left: Maristella and Cristina Yap, Tyler Dadula, George 
and Dolly Poblete, Carmen Jose, Fr. David Twaddle, David 
Jose and Marites Dadula.

Dave and Carmen Jose: 60th wedding anniversary

Dave and Carmen Jose were blessed by Fr. David Twaddle at St. Barnabas Church on their 60th wedding anniversary. They have five children: Maristella Yap, Marites Dadula, Ricky Jose, Maribel Frias and Georgina Jose, and six grandchildren. Their Children and grandchildren hosted them for lunch after the ceremony.

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Sir Joe Damasco, KGOR, the new Regional Commander of the Knights of Rizal Canada 
Region together with Sir Ed Prillo, KGOR, the outgoing head of the Rizal Canada region. 
(St. Jamestown News Service)

Joe Damasco, new Regional Commander

Knights of Rizal Canada By Romy Zetazate and Dindo Orbeso TORONTO–Joe Damasco, one of the most senior members of the Knights of Rizal Canada Region was picked by the Supreme Council as the new Regional Commander of the Knights of Rizal Canada Region for the year 2018 – 2019. Damasco, KGOR, who for several years was 

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‘Billed-billed-billed’ debt problem ahead – IBON

The national debt is equal to 48 percent of the 6.8-percent GDP in the first quarter of this year. By Adam Ang Bulatlat.com MANILA–Taxpayers would have to subsidize private profits and shoulder debts incurred through domestic and foreign borrowings due to the Build, Build, Build (BBB) infrastructure program of the Duterte administration, an independent economic 

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Coal mining — behind militarization and displacement of Lumad communities

Surigao Del Sur The brutal militarization and human rights violations committed by the 75th IBPA of the Armed Forces of the Philippines and its paramilitary Magahat-Bagani led by Marcos Bocales,  drove 328 Lumad families with 1,607 individuals to evacuate from 15 communities of Lianga and San Agustin in Surigao del Sur last July 16, 2018. The Lumad were forced 

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Is screen time causing ADHD?

By Editorial Staff ToYourHealth.com We’ve been focusing on screen time and health lately because, well, we’re all spending way too much time in front of our phones, tablets, laptops and televisions; and a growing body of research suggests it’s negatively impacting our health, including a recent study that found teens with high screen time were 

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Don’t pressure your picky eater

By Editorial Staff ToYourHealth.com Babies can be picky eaters once they transition to solid food, no doubt about it. (So can children of just about any age, as any parent can appreciate.) In many cases, parents resort to pressuring their child to eat when, what and how much they feel is necessary to ensure sound 

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Long work hours up diabetes risk

By Editorial Staff ToYourHealth.com It’s another long day at the office, but you’ve convinced yourself everything needs to be done today, before you go home. And yet even as you convince yourself of that necessity, you also realize tomorrow, and the day after that, and the week after that, will be the same. Bad news 

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Mayor Frank Scarpitti

Community agencies urging Markham Mayor and Council to welcome refuees

The proposal by the Mayor of Markham to open up unused schools for asylum seekers has unleashed latent xenophobia and intolerance against refugees within certain segments of the Chinese Canadian community. To counter the growing, ill-informed stigma against refugees, Centre for Immigrant and Community Services (CICS) and Chinese and Southeast Asian Legal Clinic (CSALC) issue 

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ToM-cancelled

‘Costs too much’ — Mangante; ‘We tried to help’ — Pasternak

By Irish Mae Silvestre During a summer filled with street festivals, one well-known calendar event will be notably absent in 2018. The Philippine Cultural Community Centre (PCCC) announced that this year’s Taste of Manila, set to take place on Saturday, August 18th and Sunday, August 19th has been cancelled. “With a heavy heart, the organizers 

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MARIA  AVIE DELA CRUZ displays her medals, 2 Golds and a Bronze. Gold from U30 Female Team PanAm Championships (out of 4 Teams Competitors); Gold From U30 Female individual PanAm Open (out of 15 Competitors); Bronze from U30 Pairs PanAm Open (out of 5 Pairs Competitors)

Dela Cruz won 2 Golds and a Bronze

PAN AM PARA OPEN Taekwondo Championship

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