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Balita Newspaper, Cusipag committed criminal contempt

TORONTO, March 8, 2017–Today, the Honourable Frederick L. Myers, Judge of the Superior Court of Justice, in the contempt of court case: Enverga v. Balita Newspaper, Balita Media Inc., Tess Cusipag, Romeo P. Marquez (a.k.a. Romy Marquez) and Carlos Padilla (deceased), ruled that the media defendants committed criminal contempt of court after having continued to 

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Stop trying to grow the economy on a hunch

As the government sets about designing a new innovation agenda, the case for evidence-based decision-making in innovation policy is urgent OTTAWA–Canada can’t expect to improve its economic growth without a better understanding of who is responsible for growth. At a conference in Ottawa last fall, where speakers included Finance Minister Bill Morneau, Innovation Minister Navdeep 

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Toronto rolls out Vision Zero Road Safety Plan for 2017

The screams of police car and ambulance sirens pierce the air. A person lies motionless on the street. A shaken motorist sits slumped on a curb. It’s a scene that played out all too often on Toronto streets in 2016. Last year, there were more than 77 fatalities on Toronto’s roads in, including 43 pedestrian 

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Emmeline Alegre Pablo

By Mila Astorga-Garcia My University of the Philippines Preparatory School ‘65 batchmate Emmeline Alegre Pablo died last March 15 in Manila du e to complications of a stroke she had two years ago. I was asked by Pat Pascual Mangonon to do a brief message to be read, among others, at the necrological services last 

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Kalayaan Centre holds AGM

The Kalayaan Cultural Community Centre (KCCC) recently held its’ Annual General Meeting on February 19, 2017 to discuss the current state of the Centre, changes to the Board, ongoing programs fundraising activities and to review proposed amendments to its Constitution and By-Laws. In the absence of KCCC’s treasurer Renato Samonte, former President Resty del Rosario 

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Cured Meats: No cure for Asthma

By Dr. George I. Traitses Bacon, bacon and more bacon – healthy cuisine may be trending, but that hasn’t seemed to dampen the popularity of bacon and other cured meats. The problem, suggests research, is that regular consumption of cured meats such as bacon, pepperoni, ham and pastrami can make asthma symptoms worse. And it 

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Exercise: Essential during pregnancy

By Dr. George I. Traitses Pregnancy is a stressful enough time for expectant mothers without having to worry about health complications. Unfortunately, in rare cases, pre-eclampsia or gestational diabetes can occur, both of which can put mother and child at risk. Pre-eclampsia is characterized by high blood pressure and organ damage, usually the kidneys; while 

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5 easy exercises to get your kids excited about fitness

By Dr. George I. Traitses Even in today’s ultra-competitive, fitness-focused age, health experts generally discourage high-intensity, weight-based training by children and adolescents. One reason is that children are still growing, making them more susceptible to potential injury, particularly joint injuries. No parent wants their child suffering a knee or shoulder injury at age 10 that 

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Prevent childhood depression by helping your kids stay active

By Dr. George I. Traitses We all know about the myriad benefits of activity when it comes to reducing the risk of developing physical conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and some forms of cancer. That’s why parents are encouraged to teach their children to make exercise and other forms of physical activity a daily, 

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Cusipag, et al found guilty of criminal contempt-of-court

By Lui Queaño TORONTO–Balita Publisher-Editor Tess Cusipag has been found guilty of criminal contempt-of-court for ignoring the injunction order of Justice Sidney Lederman rendered in 2016. The other two named as defendants include Romy P. Marquez and Carlos Padilla. The proceeding was heard at the sala of Justice Frederick Myers of the Ontario Superior Court 

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