Fil Heritage MONTH

4 GTA FilCan Community groups slate Filipino Heritage Month celebrations

By Tony A. San Juan The inaugural year of the “Filipino Heritage Month” across Canada, as officially proclaimed by the House of Commons on October 30, 2018, will commence in June 2019. In the spirit of national character and traditions, Filipino Canadians are hopeful and excited of participating proudly in the celebration of this very 

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Want your child to eat better? It’s all about repetition

By Editorial Staff ToYourHealth.com Teaching children healthy eating habits is tough these days – far tougher than it used to be. Why? Because our children are continuously inundated with unhealthy food choices, from the advertisements they see on TV and their many other “screens,” to the foods many unsuspecting parents stock in their pantries and 

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Protect your kidneys with plant power

By Editorial Staff ToYourHealth.com We take our kidneys for granted, pure and simple. How important are the kidneys? They’re responsible, first and foremost, for filtering waste out of the body. Don’t want your body to be filled with waste? Keep your kidneys working properly. Unfortunately, people abuse their kidneys routinely with processed foods, excess sodium 

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Road map for the healthy child

By Editorial Staff ToYourHealth.com As adults, most people realize how much their childhood experiences, good, bad and everything in between, influenced who they are today. Sometimes the seeds are planted early in life – even during the first few years.The moral to the story: A plant-based diet is important, particularly in terms of kidney health 

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Former Bayan Muna Rep. Neri Colmenares delivers his fiery speech during Makabayan’s miting de avance, May 7 at Plaza Miranda. (Photo by Ronalyn V. Olea/ Bulatlat)

Opposition bets, progressive groups vow to work for reforms, oppose dictatorship

The people must frustrate Duterte’s “serious attempts at dictatorship through martial law, bogus revolutionary government or Charter Change” by voting for the opposition. By RONALYN V. OLEA Bulatlat.com MANILA — Senatorial candidates endorsed by Makabayan Coalition pointed out all that is wrong with the Duterte administration and vowed to push for reforms. In his speech 

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Organised chaos and the election season

PH Elections 2019 By Irish Mae Silvestre The Philippine Reporter MANILA–Being a third culture kid means I’m not quite an outsider, but I can’t exactly pass for a local either. I’m familiar enough that a lot of things don’t faze me like hotdogs and marshmallows on a stick. But other things (such as “unli rice”) 

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convenor Danilo Arao and Benedictine nun Sr. Mary John Mananzan                                                   
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Groups unite against Election fraud, repression

PH Elections 2019 “We have seen how the massive resources of government are being put to use to campaign for administration candidates.” By JANESS ANN J. ELLAO Bulatlat.com MANILA — With only five days to go before elections, various groups convened today, May 8, at the Colegio de San Juan de Letran to stand strong 

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OFWs line-up during the first day of the overseas absentee voting in Hong Kong.              (Photo courtesy of Migrante International)

Migrant group assails overseas absentee voting ‘irregularities’

PH Elections 2019 “It’s not like we’re doing this for the first time.“ By ANNE MARXZE D. UMIL Bulatlat.com MANILA – A Filipino migrant group expressed indignation over reports of irregularities and problems encountered by overseas Filipino workers in the overseas absentee voting that kicked off last April 13. Migrante International called the Commission of 

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Kontra Daya convener Danilo Arao (right)

Party-list groups of the ‘rich and the powerful’ dominate survey

PH Elections 2019 “Voters should be wary of party-list groups of known political dynasties and big business interests claiming to represent the poor.” By ANNE MARXZE D. UMIL Bulatlat.com MANILA –- Election watchdog Kontra Daya called for voter vigilance as the rich and the powerful dominate the recent survey of Pulse Asia. The group said 

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Fil-Can Guro Jun de Leon: Training Royal Regiment of Canada in Filipino martial arts

By Michelle Chermaine Ramos The Philippine Reporter Under the leadership of Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Nonato, the Royal Regiment of Canada is training soldiers in the Filipino martial art of kali in addition to the army’s close quarter combat program to get them battle ready. Having gone on missions in Afghanistan and Sudan, Nonato has firsthand 

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