Durham Crossover basketball  participates in the 2016 NABA in the inter-city tourney in U.S.

Durham Crossover Basketball represented Ajax, Ontario, Canada in the recently concluded 2016 North American Basketball Association (NABA) Inter City Basketball tournament which was held in Pensylvannia, U.S.A. from September 2-5, 2016. NABA is now on it’s 29th year under the leadership of its Commissioner – Dr. Ron Damasco and executive officers Dr. Sonny Albano, Larry 

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Four ways to keep kids moving

By Dr. George I. Traitses 1. Lead by Example Common sense and science suggest that as parents, we exert a tremendous influence, for better or worse, on our children. When it comes to exercise, an adult couch potato effectively nurtures a child couch potato, who then becomes yet another adult couch potato years down the 

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It’s great to be gardening

By Dr. George I. Traitses If you think gardening (the produce-yielding variety) is reserved for people with vast acreage and limited or no access to grocery stores and other modern conveniences, keep in mind that a garden begins with nothing more than a handful of soil, a few drops of water and the seeds of 

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Beat high blood pressure with Yoga

By Dr. George I. Traitses If you are looking to lower your blood pressure, yoga might be the answer. A new study has found that yoga has countless benefits for people who have high blood pressure. The study was presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Hypertension recently. By simply practicing yoga, 

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‘Stop the killings,’ anti-EJK group demands

By Chantal Eco, Manila Today “We unite to demand an end to the killings in the name of war on drugs. Justice and due process must be upheld,” said Mary Queen Shelsy Paño, spokesperson of Stop The Killings Network. The network was formed to call against extrajudicial killings in the Philippines, reportedly reaching almost 2,000 

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NDF Chief Political Consultant Joma Sison signs the agreements forged during Oslo talks. 
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A ceasefire, an Amnesty Proclamation and a new round of talks

After more than half a decade of impasse, the first round of peace talks between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) ended with the two parties agreeing on all six points in their agenda. “The Joint Statement that you are about to sign 

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Watch: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at Taste of Manila 2016

By Althea Manasan

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Taste of Manila 2016 Photo coverage by Althea Manasan

Taste of Manila 2016, August 20-21 on Bathurst and Wilson Ave, Toronto \  

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CPP, NPA ‘celebrate’ resumption of formal talks, declare 7-day unilateral ceasefire

DAVAO CITY — The Communist Party of the Philippines and the National Operational Command of the New People’s Army issued a unilateral declaration of a seven-day ceasefire that will take effect starting Sunday, August 21. In a statement on Friday evening, August 19 the CPP said its Central Committee and the NPA declared the unilateral 

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Tiamzons freed on bail

By RONALYN V. OLEA Bulatlat.com (Updated 4:30 p.m.) MANILA — National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) consultants Wilma Tiamzon and Benito Tiamzon have been released on bail this morning. The Tiamzons were welcomed by supporters as they walked out of the Philippine National Police Custodial Center at Camp Crame, Quezon City. Yesterday,PNP Custodial jail 

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