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Noted Toronto businessperson accused of immigration fraud

By Ysh Cabana The Philippine Reporter TORONTO–More than a dozen Torontonians gathered at the storefront of Chelsea’s Filipino Cuisine in Pape Village on Saturday, Oct. 5 to rally against an immigration agency they say has bilked aspiring immigrants of thousands of dollars. The focus of the protest is Marissa Odi-Gonzales, who is also the owner 

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Filipino Canadian Youth join Climate Strike

By Anakbayan Canada Tens of thousands of protesters flooded the streets in Canada as part of a rising movement demanding swift action on climate change. Protests were held in dozens of cities across Canada, and national democratic youth group with a socialist perspective Anakbayan aroused, organized and mobilized for the Friday strike that started at noon 

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Is immigration a major issue for ethnic media as election looms? 

By Blythe Irwin in Vancouver, B.C. Immigration figures prominently in the five issues that will be themes for the federal leaders’ debates Oct. 7 and 10, but is it a topic of coverage in ethnic media outlets in the lead up to the Oct. 21 election? Some of Canada’s ethnic media think the issue has 

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Lilac Caña: Reflections on 50 Golden Years

Interview with Soprano Lilac Caña: By Michelle Chermaine Ramos The Philippine Reporter Local vocal powerhouse Lilac Caña recently celebrated her 50th birthday in an intimate gathering with 50 of her closest friends, family and long-time supporters on September 21, 2019 in Mississauga. The private soiree was a celebration for fifty blessed years as well as 

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Temp workers, transient love

FILM REVIEW: Hello, Love, Goodbye [2019] By Ysh Cabana The Philippine Reporter Cathy Garcia-Molina is at it again. Known for her blockbuster romcoms, the director appeals to the masses for another till breaker that is distinct of her mold. Her latest stands as tall as the rooftop spot where it has become its iconic scene. 

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Remembering Bishop Gregorio Aglipay

On the Pastoral Visit of Obispo Maximo Rhee Timbang Members of the Philippine Independent Church (or Iglesia Filipinia Independiente/IFI) from Hamilton, Toronto and Montreal came together for the first pastoral visit of Supreme Bishop Rhee Timbang to the IFI congregations in Canada. The Obispo Maximo officiated in concelebrated masses at the All Saints Kingsway Anglican 

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PLUMA and FC-WJNet met with author Mila Bongco Philipzig

PLUMA and FC-WJNet (Filipino Canadian Writers and Journalists Network) writers met with Edmonton-based author Mila Bongco Philipzig at the Centro Rizal to share works, literary camaraderie, and fun.

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Hong Kong Protests: Report, Insights and Scenarios by Eric Baculinao

Filipino Canadian Writers and Journalists Network (FC-WJNet) presents: Eric Baculinao NBC News Beijing Bureau Chief Thursday, Oct. 17 at 6 pm Migrants Resource Centre Canada 2482 Dufferin St., Suite 207, Toronto Along the TTC Dufferin bus route #29 northound (if coming from downtown). Right at the corner of Castlefield Drive

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Bonifacio Festival, Nov. 17

Nov. 17, 2019 11AM – 5PM Council Chambers, 2nd Floor Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St. W. A celebration of the life, leadership and works of Andres Bonifacio, founder of the Katipunan which led the Philippine Revolution of 1896 that toppled the Spanish colonial rule. Featuring an art exhibit, a book fair, cultural numbers and 

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Reporting The Voiceless, Nov. 17

Mainstreaming Marginalized Issues in The Media By 2019 Marshall McLuhan Fellow Patricia Evangelista Nov. 17, 2019 11AM – 5PM Council Chambers, 2nd Floor, Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St. W. Organized by: Filipino Canadian Writers and Journalists Network (FC-WJNet) and PLUMA, co-sponsored with National Ethnic Press and Media Council of Canada (NEPMCC)

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