Weight loss 101: Slow things down

By Editorial Staff ToYourHealth.com When it comes to weight loss, we often hear about the need to speed things up – train faster, train harder, train with more intensity and pace to burn as many calories and as much fat as possible. Well, research actually suggests slowing down may be a beneficial way to lose 

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Boost your baby’s immune system

By Editorial Staff ToYourHealth.com Anyone with an allergy, which is generally caused by an immune system hypersensitivity, knows the frustration that accompanies it, whether it’s an allergy to a particular food, pollen, type of grass or any one of countless household irritants. Some allergic reactions result in rashes or other “minor” symptoms such as sneezing 

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OBITUARY: Susan Aplacador, February 16, 1963 – April 2, 2018

Susan is survived by her husband, Romel Rado and her son Carl. Born in Cataingan, Masbate, Philippines, she pursued a career in teaching after graduating from the National Teachers College in Manila.  She emigrated to Toronto in 1990, worked for many years as quality control technician at William Ashley Canada and had a number of 

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Mississauga Centre MPP Nomination race heats up

Rosemer Enverga Hopeful MISSISSAUGA, Ontario–Filipino-Canadians in the Mississauga Centre riding are anxiously waiting to know who will come out as the winner in the MPP nomination race which was recently opened by the Ontario PC Party. The nomination race pits Rosemer Enverga against three other candidates: Qadeer Shah, Natalia Kusendova and Tanya Allen. Shah is 

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Jollibee Scarborough's first customer, Paul Magbujos
(Photo: Irish Mae Silvestre)

Fans make a Beeline for Jollibee’s first GTA location

By Irish Mae Silvestre The Philippine Reporter Jollibee by Numbers • 1 store in Scarborough with a second planned for Mississauga • 2 the number of stores in Winnipeg • 16 the number of markets in which Jollibee currently operates • 40 the current total of stores in North America • 1,000 the number of 

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Lee Harding-Troy

Bill C-59’s overreach allows security to trump freedom

TROY MEDIA–One-time prime minister John Diefenbaker said, “We must vigilantly stand on guard within our own borders for human rights and fundamental freedoms which are our proud heritage. … We cannot take for granted the continuance and maintenance of those rights and freedoms.” But critics warn that Bill C-59, Canada’s new spy legislation, threatens the 

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Rosemer Enverga

Rosemer Enverga chosen by MPP aspirants

Community Gathering The search for an MPP nominee for Mississauga Centre, whose name will be submitted by the search organizers to the Provincial Nomination Committee of the Ontario PC Party for approval, ended Sunday (March 25) with the selection of Rosemer Enverga, widow of the late Sen. Tobias Enverga Jr. Enverga was one of three 

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The Story of the Philippine Arts & Social Studies in the Ontario Curriculum (PASSOC)

By Rachel Evangeline Chiong Effective since the launch on March 8, teachers in the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) can now integrate Filipino art, culture, and social issues in their classrooms through the Philippine Arts & Social Studies in the Ontario Curriculum (PASSOC). Targeted for Grade 8 Geography, Grade 6 Social Studies, and Grade 

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Angely Pacis whose cardidacy was ‘set aside’ by her party.

Pinoys search for new nominee after Fil-Can candidate ‘set aside’

By Ysh Cabana The Philippine Reporter MISSISSAUGA, Ontario–The Filipino community’s hope of having first Filipino elected parliamentarian in Ontario legislature is surrounded with uncertainty in the run-up to the provincial elections. Former Ontario Progressive Conservative candidate Angely Pacis is left “appalled” after party president Jag Badwal issued a statement on the party’s website on March 

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Call Her Ganda

A film about Jennifer Laude, the Filipino transgender murdered by a U.S. Marine, to premiere in two international film festivals Documentary about Jennifer Laude, from award-winning filmmaker PJ Raval, will be world premiering in two prestigious film festivals: the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, and the Hot Docs International Film Festival in Toronto. The 

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